5 Common Myths About Getting A Business Degree

Getting a business degree is often a ‘safe’ option for many high school graduates who are confused about their direction in life. It also tends to be a fallback for people who are simply after money and nothing more. There are even people who choose a business degree based on a few years of careful planning and research, which has lead them to desire some generally specific career in the field. However, there are five myths about getting a business degree that everyone should know.
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