December 16, 2009 | Adam Sorensen | Leave a comment Millions of Americans are currently pursuing degrees online, but how do you know if it's right for you? There are arguments for both conventional, brick-and-mortar schools and online schools, but the reality of the decision is based more on personal requirements. Consider the following questions: Are you currently employed full or part time? Do you live near a college or university? Do you have a family that you have to support? Do you need a degree to advance in your career? Are you interested in increasing your skills or developing new skills for a new career? Online education is preferred form of education for people who have established careers, have families or live too far from a college to justify moving from their current situations. Online education is perfect for people hoping to advance in their careers or those who are looking for a different career. It's for people who need a new degree, but need to do it at a time and place that is convenient for them. Now is the perfect time to increase your personal knowledge and value by getting a new degree. If you are considering online education, please visit our Request Info page to contact an expert and find a program and school that's perfect for you.