Got a question for you guys. I've been contemplating finishing my degree for a little while now. I figure soon I'll become serious about it. At first I just didn't want to do it now I'm worried about how I would pay for it. I have an Associates Degree in Social Science. I've decided I don't want to go back into social work but I do have a strong affection for social services and helping people. In this turn in my life I would prefer to go for where the money is without selling my soul. I'm starting to research grants and trying to figure out where in the Hell the money would come from without taking out a loan (probably not possible). Heres the thing; The company I work for has a tuition assistance program but I would have to seek a degree that would benefit the company. The company is in environmental services but I'm not an environmentalist. I have close to 10 years in administrative and office work, I work for a departmnent manages contracts and am earnin my experience in that. Human resourses management was suggested to me but I'm not sure if it's me because it requires diplomacy...So far I'm thinking going into managment. Help guys! don't know which direction to turn. Management just seems to vague.
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