Getting my PHD has always been a dream and desire but I've opted for a career and money for the past 12 years. I have about 5 more years left in my career before I'm ready to start a PHD program at which time I'll be 40. My desire would be to get a PHD in accounting and teach tax accounting.
Plato’s Philosopher King was to be groomed (trained) till the age of 50 in various disciplines. Only then, the Philosopher King would be able to share his views and guide the state. I recommend you to read the Republic by Plato as soon as possible.
Over 50 but thinking of applying for PHD. elge 0 replies 1 threads New Member.. I am 47 years and I really wanted to celebrate my 50 year birthday with a PhD. I know I can do it because my research assignments and work I do independently average cum laude (distinction).Oh goodness thank you all! I assumed the answers would all be nah, no institution would see the value of someone so old doing a PhD. I have a first degree and a masters, and the area I would passionately like to study in is a microsm of my masters and relates to what I have spent the last 25 years doing, but going forward if I became an academic it would be quite a career change, if that makes.PhD graduates do at least earn more than those with a bachelor’s degree. A study in the Journal of Higher Education Policy and Management by Bernard Casey shows that British men with a bachelor’s degree earn 14% more than those who could have gone to university but chose not to. The earnings premium for a PhD is 26%. But the premium for a master’s degree, which can be accomplished in as.
I know of a 40 something person doing a funded PhD whilst I was doing mine and they are now a lecturer. I also know of a 50 something tackling a PhD part-time alongside his everyday job. He simply considered his PhD an extension of that. If you are searching for funded PhDs, then your chances should be the same as everyone else's.Read More
The beginning of a PhD is all about finding your feet as a researcher and getting a solid grounding in the current scholarship that relates to your topic. You’ll have initial meetings with your supervisor and discuss a plan of action based on your research proposal.Read More
A truck driver, bartender, activist and justice consultant share stories of their bold decision to take up a PhD later in their lives.Read More
In undergraduate education a great deal, in academic terms, is organized for the student. It may not have seemed like that to you at the time, because you were required to do a considerable amount of work, but, for example, syllabuses were laid down, textbooks were specified, practical sessions were designed, the examinations were organized to cover a set range of topics in questions of a.Read More
The idea that getting a PhD is going to hurt your chances of getting an industry job is a misconception. In fact, most PhDs go on to get jobs in industry and most get paid more than non-PhDs in the same position. The only way a PhD will hold you back from getting an industry job is if you use it as an excuse.Read More
Enrolling in a PhD program is, from an economic perspective, a terrible decision. But that doesn’t mean you shouldn’t do it. Just don’t let it ruin your life.Read More
Cheeky Scientist is the world’s largest job-search training platform for PhDs. With over 200,000 monthly readers from 150 countries and 15,000 individual subscribing PhD members from 50 countries, we are a global authority on getting PhDs hired into top industry careers.Read More
During my PhD I needed to work crazy hours. It's a creative process that can consume all your time. I was thinking about my work day and night. It's easy to say that I'll work 8-5 on my PhD, but I don't know any PhD student that managed to do that.Read More
While getting a PhD can qualify you for better and higher-paying jobs, it can also put you in a position where you're competing for an extremely limited number of job openings. This is especially true of university jobs, where the number of advanced degree graduates far outpaces the need for full-time instructors, researchers and administrators.Read More
What do you need to get a doctorate degree? For those wondering how to earn a Ph.D., the basic process is simple enough, if rather lengthy. The first step is to attend a college and complete a.Read More