Archive for December 14, 2011
A philosophy degree is one of the most underrated among degrees though it is one of the most valuable. Most students believe that obtaining a degree in philosophy will not result in a lucrative career. They believe that it will not get them a job and also that when they get a job their knowledge of philosophy will be of not use to them.
On the contrary a philosophy degree is the stepping stone to a lucrative career and also to success in the career. Most students learn to solve problems after getting a job after applying their mind to unique situations. Students with a philosophy degree come with trained minds and are adept at analyzing and solving problems. This makes them solve problems easily without the need to learn on the job. They come with skills that every employer finds valuable and need no help in dealing with difficult situations on the job.
Most students with a philosophy degree use their skills to enter law school medicine business or the government. The skills taught while obtaining the degree helps them think independently critically and analytically and independently and act based on well analyzed and articulated judgements based on logic and ethics. Philosophy is the oldest academic subject in the world and philosophers have added value to human thinking and life from the beginning of human existence.
A philosophy degree helps students succeed in all careers and their skills are valued in a range of professions. Students with a philosophy degree become effective lawyers doctors teachers government officials and leaders in the business and financial world. Their skills are useful because they of their trained minds . They are experts in analysis and persuasion two skills that are required in most professions.
When students wonder what they can do with a philosophy degree their answer is almost anything. A philosophy degree opens a wider employment spectrum that any other undergraduate or graduate degree.