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what kind of jobs can you get with an associate in applied science and an associate of arts?

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Question by cowgirl: what kind of jobs can you get with an associate in applied science and an associate of arts?
Im getting my two years degrees from a local university before i tranfer. besides transfer scholarships normally require a two year degree. i was just curious if i could get a good job with them whill i go for my bachelors.
all my courses transfer.

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Answer by itsalwaysthequietone
To be honest, with a little bit of college and the rest on the way, you can do almost any entry-level job in almost any field.

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One thought on “what kind of jobs can you get with an associate in applied science and an associate of arts?

  1. kicking4jc says:

    I have an Associate’s of Science degree in Microcomputer Technology and the only job I could ever find were computerized accounting stuff (which I hate accounting) or in Administrative Assistant positions but the max any of them would pay would be 11 an hour in the Memphis USA area. I made more than that in retail. I hated retail though. I am going back to earn a 4 year degree because I am limited in my job, and also because that degree has changed so much since I earned it 7 years ago. The only problem I had getting such a job, is the lack of experience they wanted with the degree, though I did stuff on my own, it wasn’t at a real job. They didn’t accept that. The degree alone wasn’t enough, but is hard to get experience if no one will give you that start.

    Exactly what degree did you earn? or are you earning?

    Also be sure that you are taking courses that will transfer to the university. My 2 year degree did not, though I was told they would. I went to a university for 2 years and had to repeat many courses, before I got bored and fustrated, and ran out of money.

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