Night Elf Posted January 27, 2018 Share Posted January 27, 2018 With technology increasing year by year, can we now see reputable universities offering real degrees that will actually help one find a job in their chosen field? I worry about getting a degree that isn't taken seriously. What do you think? Mostly I'm asking for my ds who wants to work from home. He has Aspergers and has a different perception from me and his dad. We had him in counseling for a month to talk about career goals but when he stopped going, even the counselor said ds's expectations were probably unrealistic. Ds doesn't want to go back to school, but I might be able to argue the case if I can find a reputable school with degrees that result in work from home jobs. I'd rather not go the disability route. He's shown he can hold down a job when he worked at a grocery store for over a year. He hated that job and doesn't want to go back to it regardless of what store would hire him. It was the nature of the work he didn't like. I need to help him, and help him fast. So what about online universities? 2 Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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