The Importance Of Rewarding One's Education

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The Psyc 290 course at California State University, Bakersfield has molded my perspective on the importance of furthering one’s education. This course presents an abundance of information about the many careers in the field of Psychology. The employment knowledge gained from this course allows people the ability to pursue a career that is right for them. Also, the course illustrates the importance of furthering one’s education, as it is imperative to the advancement of one’s career; hence, strong asset. At the moment, I have high aspirations to be the first member of my family to achieve a master’s degree from C.S.U.B. In five years from now, I envision myself in a career with a state or government agency. From a personal perspective, …show more content…
With that said, an individual 's work life tends to correlate with one’s personal life as a result. As the two correspond to one another, it is essential to make the correct career choice due to the amount of time one will spend balancing both. The two must be properly balanced, as it is important to divide time for the family, as they are the reasons why we go to work. The social class one hopes to gain is middle/ upper middle-class status within the community. To accomplish that one must complete a master’s degree, as it is essential to doThe Psyc 290 course at California State University, Bakersfield has molded my perspective on the importance of furthering one’s education. This course presents an abundance of information about the many careers in the field of Psychology. The employment knowledge gained from this course allows people the ability to pursue a career that is right for them. Also, the course illustrates the importance of furthering one’s education, as it is imperative to the advancement of one’s career; hence, strong asset. At the moment, I have high aspirations to be the first member of my family to achieve a master’s degree from …show more content…
The assignment for week five consists of a thorough job search of careers with a psychology degree along with the educational requirements for the job of interest. There were several careers that I found interesting such as, academic advisor, case manager, and a university/college professor. All of which I presumed required a bachelor 's degree; unfortunately, I was mistaken. The earlier careers of choice all need a master’s degree to be considered for the position. After researching the educational requirements, I soon realized that obtaining a master’s degree grants the ability to achieve my career of choice. Therefore, ten years from now I hope to have earned my master’s degree from

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