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Suppose you've already graduated college and you're working at a job that you assume is your career. Here's the big question: are you happy? If you are happy, and many people are in those types of jobs, then there is no reason for you to take any action at all. But if you find that you want something more, then it's time for you to do something about it.

What type of job did you want? Were you looking into education jobs? Teacher careers are in high demand, and so are many other careers. Some of these you will need an MBA for, and therein lies the problem. The MBA is one of the most coveted degrees out there, so do you have what it takes to achieve it? There are a few questions that you need to ask yourself before you rush you to earn you degree as a teacher or look for art teacher jobs.

First of all, what do you plan to accomplish? If you go out and get an MBA for a business job or one of the many education jobs, what's going to happen next? You don't want to be a person that runs out, earns a degree, and then has no idea what to do with it. Sure you have a degree, but do you know why you earned it? If not, then you just wasted a lot of time and money, and you may not get another chance to go back to school!



Can you afford it? Those in education jobs and general teacher careers will tell you that many students live on a very meager salary, if any at all. It's very hard to go to school full-time and work full-time; therefore you might find that you need to work part-time. This will mean your salary is cut in half, and that will bring about something that you may never have wanted to face again: ramen noodles. No, it's not a joke, but reality. Can you handle living like a poor college student? If you can't, then this might not be the best idea, however if you can stomach it then you may find that this is the most rewarding choice you have ever made.

One thing that you really need to know is that you are never too old to make a career change. There are those who might tell you the mid thirties is too little too late, but it's your life, right? Do YOU think that you can change you career? In all honesty, the only time that is too late is when you are on your deathbed, but hopefully you've managed to retire by then!

Whatever it is you want to do, whether it's one of the many art teacher jobs out there, or a teaching career, or who knows what else, it's important to know there are people who can help you. Financial aid is still available, and even if you think you're a lost cause there is someone out there who will be more than happy to find you. So start looking for your new career now, and make a change in your life, you deserve it.
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