Created by: MSG Randall High, U.S. Army (ret)
There's a reason over 40 percent of the Army's commissioned officers and 25 percent of warrant officers hold master's degrees. Earning your master's degree shows your superiors that you have the drive to become a better leader and the discipline to make it happen. Enrolling in a master's degree program can help you advance your military career and prepare for a job after the Army. Master's degree holders typically earn more and have better employment prospects than those with bachelor's degrees alone. Online master degree programs
let you study while you serve, and your education benefits to help shoulder the cost of tuition. Some of the most popular industries for veterans include health care, technology, engineering, education and business.
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