Just a few decades ago, a bachelor’s degree used to be perceived as prestigious, luxurious and a huge advantage at the game of job seeking.

Fast forward to the modern times, with better quality education, more universities popping up, and easier access to education loans, it seems that getting a degree is such a norm that we now have more degree holders than jobs that actually require a degree holder to perform.

But is rushing into a degree actually ‘worth it’?

No, it’s not that I don’t value education and the opportunities it provides. On the contrary, I believe that education is essential for growth and development, and one should never stop learning after leaving school.

In fact, I would still love to go to a university to pursue a Bachelor’s Degree, followed by a Master’s Degree. That’s something that’s still on my bucket list. A few years ago, when I braced the workforce