Hiring Employees/Online Education and Employment
My boyfriend recently accepted a raise and new position that starts June 1st. This position requires us to move from Missouri to California. We have the cities in mind we plan to move to. My issue is I'm still in school and I intend on finishing my degree. There are not any schools close to where we are moving that offer the degree program I'm interested in. Plus the cost of out-of-state tuition is so expensive I wouldn't be able to afford it. I was considering online school instead of taking a year off until I am a resident and qualify for in-state tuition. So my question is how do employers view people with online degrees? I don't want to get a degree online and still not be able to get a job because employers prefer someone with a degree from an institution. I plan on getting my associates online and then my bachelors from a university. Does that make a difference? I currently work in retail and want to make a career out of it. I don't know if my intended career field makes a difference as far as employment.
I UNDERSTAND YOUR SITUATION.
THE EMPLOYERS’ PREFERENCE IN THIS ORDER
1.FULL TIME DEGREE.
2.PART TIME DEGREE.
1.COMPLETE YOUR DEGREE, from where you are now.
2.THEN MOVE TO THE NEW LOCATION.
TAKE UP MBA [ RETAIL MANAGEMENT]
Online from any of these
Top Online MBA Business Schools.
American Sentinel University
American InterContinenal University
Baker College Online
Ellis College of New York Institute of Technology
Florida Metropolitan University
Grand Canyon University
Jones International University
Keller Graduate School of Management of DeVry University
Regis University Online
Saint Leo University
Thunderbird - The Garvin School of International Management
University of Phoenix Online
Western International University
THE ADVANTAGE OF THIS APPROACH IS
-MAINTAIN THE CONTINUITY [ WORKWISE]
-COMPLETE MBA ONLINE, WHICH IS NOW ACCEPTED BY EMPLOYERS.
-PRACTICE APPLYING WHAT YOU LEARN ON THE RETAIL JOB
-EASY TO CLIMB THE CAREER LADDER.