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How much does a masters degree play into getting hired by a Major? How much does it really set you apart from the rest? I'm just trying to figure out if it's really worth the money to get one. THanks for the insight.
Education, when viewed as an end in itself, and not as a means to an end, is always money well spent. However if you're simply looking to check off another box on the application, there are better and cheapers ways to accomplish that.How much does a masters degree play into getting hired by a Major? How much does it really set you apart from the rest? I'm just trying to figure out if it's really worth the money to get one. THanks for the insight.
Actually, the value of a bachelors is defined. Many airlines still require it. No airline requires a masters.Since people still debate the value of simply having a Bachelors degree when getting hired at a Major, I have to think that the same question when applied to a postgraduate degree has a similar answer.
I was kinda like you. I started out in engineering and made it through Calculus 3 but, struggling all the way. When I decided to be a pilot I switched to finance. Yeah, there is math involved but, nothing harder than basic algebra. So, I suggest you look into business.I'm glad this popped up. I just finished my first year at dowling college and i'm going for my bachelors in Professional Pilot, however it's a pricey school and I didn't do well in pre-calculus,so im thinking about changing my major to mainttain a good GPA. I have had alot of struggles with math and I don't care what I take as long as it stays far away from math. Is it worth it at this point?