Asked 2w ago
Omg please don’t enroll in any masters program without answering these:
how much practical world experience do you already have?
do you have the financial means to pay for a masters program? What is the opportunity cost for you?
what have you tried so far to get yourself a job?
what is the job you are really interested in? Does it require a masters?
what are the motivations for doing a masters? If it’s solely because of the bad job market, a masters may not guarantee a job offer for you when you graduate. It may even harm your chances cos you will be considered overqualified.
Hope that helps! It’s an important decision, and please make sure the ROI will clearly outweigh your investment in terms of your time, money and energy. :)
You could get into some data analytics stuff but you're better off taking online courses rather than going for masters. Also, a masters degree does not guarantee a job - keep that in mind!