“I feel like I really need a Master of Finance to get a job.”
It keeps coming up during my conversations with final-year students.
I always respond with “Why?”
Most failed to give a strong answer.
After hundreds of hours of coaching sessions, I’ve noticed a pattern.
The root cause behind the desire to pursue a master’s degree is often to run away from the nerve-wracking reality of having to find a job.
But unfortunately for many, a master’s degree is not the right solution.
For example, one of my students at 36paths confessed to me that after 12 months of hard work