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Continuing education is required for workers to stay current with the latest developments, skills, and new technologies required for their fields. Certain professions also require continuing education to comply with laws, remain licensed or certified, or maintain membership in an association or licensing body.
We’ve all heard that time is money. This oft-quoted saying can also apply to your education. The more time you put into pursuing additional education, the more money you’re likely to make. Census surveys show that those with college degrees make around $45,400 a year while people with only high school diplomas make about $25,900 annually [source: U.S. Census Bureau].
Pursuing a degree can pay off. But what if you already have one? In any career, you want to make yourself as highly valued as possible. Continuing education can allow you to add new skills to your resume — making you more desirable to potential employers or just your current one. In a tough job market, in particular, increased levels of expertise can help you stand out among other job-seekers. And should you want or need to change careers, additional education is almost always necessary.