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After 12 years on the job would you:

  • A. Stay on and hope for the best?

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  • B. Take 1/2 pay, insurance, and go to school for 4 years?

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  • C. Take $100,000 before taxes and say bye?

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  • D. Take option B or C and train dogs?

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Pondering career--Not so much dog related

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With the most recent waves in the water. Just curious.
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Education is one of the few things that can *never* be taken from you.

Like's certainly another *credential*.

I would certainly spend part of the money on *developing* myself.

If that means a degree or several, so be it.

Of course, there are other kinds of training that don't involve traditional university degrees.

Have you thought about what your *dream job* would be? What do you see yourself doing for some of the rest of your life? A degree may be a requirement in terms of your future plans....or not.

But definitely, leave. Things turn around, but it often takes a decade, and you're still young enough to consider moving forward.
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