Friday, April 27, 2012
Those who opt to enter the workforce immediately after high school may quickly realize that most careers require further skill training and education. Even with professional experience in a variety of environments, they may still need a focused education in the field of interest to pursue a career.
With some experience under their belts, students returning to school have a few advantages over their peers who enrolled immediately after high school. They can look at their work experience and determine what aspects of each job they enjoyed. Based on what they find, they can choose a college program that appeals to their passions and strengths in a job environment.
Students who are considering a future in business and accounting can discuss with their former managers what a typical daily routine is for them. In today's world, it has become rather easy to track down bosses and other coworkers on LinkedIn, Twitter, Facebook or other social media platforms. With a quick message, students can inform bosses of their potential career change and ask them if they have any advice on getting to that point.
Once students have decided on the right option for them, they can enroll in a program like the Accounting and Payroll Administrator program at CDI College. To begin enrollment, fill out the form on the right.