Sometimes as adults, returning to college is a viable option. But one has to weigh the job situations, future plans, and study load. Today’s featured link provides some helpful ideas on transitioning back into college as an older adult.
Pam Johnson, a tile setter based in Eugene, Oregon, was struggling to make ends meet. In addition, respiratory problems from the toxic chemicals and carpal tunnel syndrome from the repetitive labor were making her job an increasing burden. At age 37, she decided to pursue a new career by going back to college, eventually opting to study civil engineering at Portland State University. Click here to read the rest of this helpful article.