The primary reason to pursue a Masters’ study program is to learn further and enhance expertise in your chosen field. Compared to undergraduate study, they’re much more intensive and finely-tuned, also more flexible, less time-consuming and cheaper. However, the key question that must be examined is whether your masters’ degree will really enhance your employment opportunities and entry-level earnings.
This infographic highlights 7 professions where a Masters’ Degrees may not deliver on its promise of better growth and income prospects. Your masters’ degree may not even be necessary, completely nullifying your investment.
7 Degrees with a Challenging Outlook:
Infographic by – Market-Inspector