In general, no. First off, a PhD student can generally snag some sort of assistantship to pay for tuition and survival while in school. It's also important to realize that someone with a doctorate is not generally expected to be all that practical, with years of experience on the factory floor. Firms that hire PhD's are expecting scholars, not grizzled old hands.
It's also important to note that a doctorate does not necessarily step up your income as would, say, a bachelor's degree or perhaps a master's. The only place you can predict a higher salary or greater responsibility with an advanced degree is in government work--teaching or administrative. There are a good many fields where a doctorate is a distinct disadvantage.
Therefore, go for a doctorate if you love the field and/or want to teach. It is one of those accomplishments that is very much its own reward; you probably won't make as much money as you would if you'd started selling Swimming Pools after high-school graduation. That said, scholarship is an intensely rewarding activity that can really change the way you look at the world.
In many fields, getting a master's first and then working for a while is preferable, even if only for a year, even if your employer won't pay for your doctorate. Often, employers are hesitant to hire someone with too much academic experience and not enough workplace experience, so it may behoove you to get some work experience first.
Degree doesn't guarantee salary. However, to answer your question, many Universities pay graduate students for work, including tuition and fees, and 20 hours per week of lab work or teaching. Going the other route, working while getting your Ph.D., is not a bad idea, but it would likely take far longer to finish. I'd suggest focusing on the Ph.D. alone, especially since writing a dissertation is time consuming.
I think this is very individual. A learner has to fit their life situation itno their life. There are many jobs that will pay tuition to university and experience can not hurt you. Can you afford to go on without assistance?
Yes it is easy to get a doctorate as all you have to do is write a thesis (some where along the lines of a large book). After all Brian May got a doctorate in astrophysics and that is the hardest subject in the world to do.
In general, a masters degree will earn you a higher salary, regardless of what the degree is in. It is worth it to go back to get your masters. you will earn a higher paying job.
It is more higher in its degree and you can get a higher paying job when you achieved the PH.D status.
Once you have a bachelor degree, you can get a masters degree in whatever you wish. The masters degree will help you get better paying jobs.
If you are receiving interest on an assett, a higher interest is better. If you are paying interest on a debit, a lower interest is better.
There are many doctorate degrees that lead to highest paying careers, It is important to pick a career that is suitable for you, and not just because it pays well.
With higher education the chances are much better at attaining a higher paying job and actually having a career that one could retire from later on in life. The major companies will take a person with a degree before considering anyone with similar work experience.
higher paying jobs, better schools, and better medical care
Buy one. If you can't afford it, get a better paying job. If that's not an option, seek out higher education which will get you qualifications for a better paying job.
No. The better paying jobs pay a monthly annual income.
THIS IS MY PERSONAL OPINION BUT TO ME IF YOU HAVE A DOCTORATE DEGREE YOU WILL GET CALLED DR. AND YOU HAVE MORE ADVANTAGES OVER JOBS BECAUSE YOU HAVE THE HIGHEST DEGREE. * YOU CAN GET PAID ALOT MORE * YOU CAN DO CERTAIN THINGS THAT A PERSON WITH A MASTERS COULDNT DO *BUT TO ME IT DEPENDS ON IF YOU WORK TOWARD YOUR DREAMS* MASTERS GIVE YOU A BIG ADVANTAGE OVER THINGS TO. ALSO TO HAVE EITHER DEGREE IS GOOD BECAUSE YOU NOW CAN GET YOU A GOOD PAYING JOB AND HAVE A SUCCESSFUL LIFE.
The theory behind the belief that there are benefits to paying teachers higher salaries is that we would have better teachers. In reality, it may or may not be true, though higher salaries might attract some who would not otherwise teach to enter the profession, it would not necessarily mean that they would be better teachers.
No but, you will get a better paying job if you go for the masters. Better yet get the bachelors look for a job and then see if they will pay for you to get your masters. That is a total win for you. You get a job and free school when ever you fulfill your contract for them to pay for your school go job hunting for better pay. Maybe that company will pay enough for you to get your PhD.
Better-paying jobs for attaining a higher education.
You learn. Learning means you can do better in school with less stress and worry it helps one get better grades,which can get one into better colleges and better grades allow one to get better, higher paying jobs.
You learn. Learning means you can do better in school with less stress and worry. It helps one get better grades, which can get one into better colleges. Better colleges and better grades allow one to get better, higher paying jobs.
With only a bachelor's degree, it is unlikely that you would get any kind of good paying job in astrophysics. To get a good job, you need at least a masters degree, but preferably a doctorate. In fact, all astrophysicists I've heard of have doctorates.
What do you mean by... "better paying jobs"?
Loans, in general, are based on risk. The higher the risk, the higher the interest rate. You'll be able to get a loan, but the rate will be higher than if you had better credit.
Paying higher than competitors for the same work LOWERS my turnover. My employees have less incentive to leave.
of course there is, any doctorate such as a surgeon, a neurologist, dentist, optometrist, pediatritian, etc.
Salaries vary from region to region. Typically the highest paying psychology career is that of a Ph.D. of Psy.D. level psychologist. The doctorate level is the highest level of education and therefore pays more.
so many Indian's from India migrated because they wanted to get a better life for there children and themselves and also because they wanted to get higher paying jobs.
better jobs, better future
During the Industrial Revolution, people in the rural areas swarmed to the cities for better opportunities. Those opportunities included better paying jobs, as well as better education.
Paying more for your insurance doesnt gurantee any better coverage or better protection in an accident.