Pursuit for master degree, a good choice?

January 11, 2009 9:30pm CST
At this difficult time, more undergraduates are thinking about pursuit for master degree, so that the job issue can be put off for a few years. But what if economy does not turn out to change for the better? Is he sure of the major he is to be involved in? Do you think pursuit for master degree is a good choice?
2 responses
@rosdimy (3935)
• Malaysia
13 Jan 09
Pursuing a Master degree in the present economic climate may not be a good idea. Even if things changed for the better many employers look for people with experience and a positive work attitude. There would be the question of how much the master degree holder is to be paid. If you want to pursue a master degree then get at least six months of work experience. Then you can justify the reason to your future prospective employer. all the best, rosdimy
@ktosea (2025)
• China
12 Jan 09
sometimes we can be sure that it will finally pays off if you pursuit for master degree,but who knows. the situation is defirent every year.maybe when you are pursuing for a mster degreen and better chances just slipped.but it may also turns out that you catch the right time when you get the master degree.so I think it just depend on youself and it's a very personal decision