If you’ve been considering a career in information technology, a college degree in IT is the obvious route. But is this a smart move in terms of job security and financial stability down the road? Here are some factors to consider when pursuing your degree, along with some ideas on how to determine if your degree will keep you relevant for years to come.
Return on Investment
Despite the rising costs of a college degree, the U.S. Census Bureau reports that those with a bachelor’s degree earn 67.7 percent more than those with only a high school diploma, on average.1 That’s a pretty significant difference in income.
December 9, 2016