The Top 10 Reasons to Continue Studying

Studying definitely doesn’t have to come to an end once you’ve finished school or university. With so much out there to learn, we’ve put together the top ten reasons why you definitely shouldn’t be considering finishing learning any time yet.

1. Career Opportunities

Carrying on studying even after you’ve graduated from university and landed a good job means that you’re in with a better chance of furthering your career even more. With courses like the six sigma online training course for business available and other e-learning courses to choose from, there’s plenty that you can study in your spare time to open better career opportunities for the future.

2. Personal Development

Who says that you have to study to get something out of it such as a qualification or a better job? For many people, study is something that they do for pleasure and personal development. You don’t have to study rocket science – learning a new skill, for example teaching yourself graphic design or learning a language – can be great fun.

3. Why Miss Out?

There’s so much to learn out there! Why would you want to miss out?

4. Boost Your Self Esteem

Studies show that learning and achieving is one of the best boosters for your self-esteem. If you’re feeling down about yourself, studying can be a great method of not only improving yourself academically and broadening your knowledge, but also making yourself feel better.

5. Career Change

There’s no rule that says that you have to stay in the same career for the rest of your life. If you’re continuously learning new things, you’re better equipped to make a sudden career change later down the line if you decide that what you’re currently doing simply isn’t for you anymore.

6. Parenting

Even if you don’t have children of your own now, making learning and study a lifelong hobby can definitely improve your parenting skills when the time comes, as you’ll be able to teach your kids all kinds of cool stuff.

7. Impress People

Who doesn’t enjoy impressing others? If you make a habit out of studying, learning new things and even gaining new qualifications, you’re definitely going to turn a few heads – especially the important ones, like your boss at work who could well be so impressed that you get a promotion.

8. Better Job Title

If you’re planning to do some extra study for a better job, it’s good to note that image is everything in today’s day and age. If you have “MBA” or “PhD” after your name, you’re definitely going to be in a better position to get the job you want.

9. Become an Expert

Studying further allows you to carry out research, which can establish you as an expert in your field.

10. Do It For Yourself

Last but not least, simply studying for yourself can be a great way to pass the time, meet new friends and improve your opportunities.

Why do you study? We’d love to hear from you in the comments.

Author: James McQuiston

Ph.D. in Political Science, Kent State University. I have been the editor at NeuFutur / neufutur.com since I was 15. Looking for new staff members all the time; email me if you are interested. Thanks!

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