August report shows pandemic-related job losses are disproportionately impacting those without college degrees.
Seeking higher education may be the secret to a stable career in the future. (Photo: Getty Images)
Despite the upheaval the coronavirus pandemic continues to cause individuals and families economically, experts say now may be the best time to pursue additional skills training or a college degree.
“The best way to insulate yourself and your family from the ups and downs of a pandemic-induced economic recession may be with an advanced degree,” said Dr. Richard Pappas, president, Davenport University.
“While it’s tempting to delay your education and wait for the economy to stabilize, universities that focus on matching students to high-demand careers can provide a direct path to stable employment.”
COVID-19 has caused many people to reexamine