For Lee Ruark, earning a history degree was all part of the plan to start a career — he just didn’t know what he wanted to use his degree for. He graduated from college in 2007 just as the economy began to nose-dive into the Great Recession, and many jobs he thought of trying out went away with it.
Some millennials say financial realities, especially living with student loans, changed their chosen career path. As a college senior studying policy, Brad Walters wanted to be a legislative aide, but seeing the low $30,000 starting salary in comparison with his $60,000 student debt, he went into education instead. “It tells you something when education is the more lucrative option,” he jokes.
Part-time, remote positions for marriage and family therapists may be offered on a contract basis and with hourly pay. Some counseling centers may also hire qualified workers to meet with patients who prefer virtual sessions. Using telemedicine or videoconferencing platforms, therapists can work with couples and families to help them improve their relationships. Marriage and family therapists often need to navigate difficult situations such as infidelity, abuse and other mental trauma.Roger Dixon considered a $16-an-hour job last week at a food snack factory in Akron.
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As older millennials approach two decades in the workforce, their current roles and responsibilities may not be what they envisioned out of high school or college. We talked with six people from a range of fields about what they would do differently if they could start over again.
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