So, before I share with you some what I do know, I want to talk with you about what I don't know.
Now, I have two older brothers. One was in high school in the early 1970s.
This was a time when a high school GED got you a job and college degree was exemplary.
My other brother, Pat, was in high school in the early 80s,
and by this time the GED wasn't enough to guarantee employment, you needed a college degree.
And if you got one, you had a pretty good chance of getting the kind of job that you wanted after you graduated.
Now me, I graduated from high school in 1988, got my college degree in 1993.
And that college degree in '93 did not mean as much.
It was not a ticket, not a voucher, was not a free pass go to anything.
So, I ask the question: what does your college degree mean?
It means you got an education; it means you have more knowledge in a specific subject, vocation;
it means you may have more expertise in what your degree is in.