Boost Your Career With Further Education (Infographic)

We often talk about the value of lifelong learning and about the value of visualization. Today we have a special treat. Philip Boschman from Trainwest shared a great infographic about the benefits of lifelong learning.

“Commit yourself to lifelong learning. The most valuable asset you’ll ever have is your mind and what you put into it.”
– Brian Tracy, Motivational Speaker

For many professionals, further education offers a great chance to distinguish themselves in
a fiercely competitive jobs market. The below infographic from Trainwest explores whether
further education is worth the investment.

Why Should You Consider Continuing Your Education?
According to a Pearson survey of mature students, the main reason adults return to
education is to catch up with advancements in their field. Many choose to go back to school
to develop their career and believe that enhancing their qualifications will improve their
professional prospects by boosting their chances of a promotion or a pay rise.

What are the Benefits of Further Education?
A highly rewarding experience, further education offers students the opportunity to work
on themselves. Many of those who have gone back to school say that the move helped
them to gain confidence, develop expertise and find their passion. In this way, further
education not only boosts our professional lives but it also positively impacts on life
satisfaction overall.

Find Out More About How Further Education Can Enhance Your Career
The below infographic outlines some of the most common reasons why people decide to
return to education and examines the benefits of this. It also offers some practical pointers
on some of the study options that are available to mature students as well as some helpful
advice on how to keep a healthy work-school-life balance.

Read the infographic below to discover more about further education.

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