Saturday, August 27, 2011

Going to Business School Helped my Husband

A few days back, my friends and I were discussing about education. We were a collection of parents and grandparents waiting for the dismissal of our respective wards. The conversation veered to test scores and when we should really focus on our ward's education. Opinions differed but most agree that an early start never hurts.

Nowadays, when it comes to chances of becoming employed, you need all the advantage you can get. It is definitely more difficult to get high-paying and quality jobs because people have learned the secret, that to become hired, you must invest in yourself. This is what my husband applied in his life. He is a graduate of a premier university of the country with a course of BS.Math, but he didn't stop there. He went on to study in a business school to make his curriculum vitae look good and for our future because we plan to run our own business someday.

This is the edge that he has from other college instructors in his school. It is also an edge that he can make use of in case we plan to move to a different country or province. Certainly, going to a business school helps and it wouldn't hurt if you make great grades.

Disclaimer: This is a sponsored post for a Colorado business school. However, the views and opinions are my own.


I'm an applied math graduate :) Is he from UP also? I'm also planning to go back to school, hopefully next year


I agree with you. It is easier to get high-paying jobs if you have a good educational background and. Especially if what you took is in line with the job that you're after. I say go for having a business of your own. :)


Wow BS Math! OMG, sakit sa bangs ng Math, not my fave subject but kudos to people who can master it.. :D


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