Earning your online bachelor's degree
, while you serve, can help you advance your military career via promotion points. It can also prepare you for great jobs after the Army. Whether you want to build off of the skills mastered in your MOS or try something new, earning a bachelor's degree will likely earn you more money and career opportunities than a high school diploma or associate degree alone. In fact, most the career's featured in CNN Money's 2007 "Best Jobs in America: Retired from the Military" require at least a bachelor's degree. Some of the most promising industries for veterans include health care, technology, business, engineering, and trade management.
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