Cons: Non -Degree
One of the most important choice you will ever make is whether to seek a job or a career. When you have a job, you work for a paycheck. When you have a career, you work for the enjoyment and satisfaction you earn from your daily efforts... and you also get paid, possibly very well. If I had both, and I assure you, a career makes life a whole lot sweeter. If I want to feel motivated to get up and go to work for 60 weeks a year, I'll definitely want to choose a career work. College is a great place to prepare for a career. But, to stay self-motivated, you'll want to match a career choice and college major with your unique interests, talents, and personality. Some of the most motivated opportunity are in higher education are those who are students who are pursuing a life-long dream of working in the professional fields of medical coding who are tired of working at an uninspiring job and have to return to college to prepare for a career. I want to stay open to the possibility of finding something even more suited for me particular for my career so I have not found anything such as work at home during my dream job of Medical Coder, Data Entry Level, or Addiction Counseling I will keep explored until I find my dream jobs.