The common problem that people may encounter when trying to achieve an education for a career is the cost. The career that comes with the education must pay well enough to be able to pay off the schooling. The benefits of schooling can differ greatly depending on the degree (or certification) obtained, the programs the school may offer, and the ranking of the school. Sometimes, colleges provide students more with just education to prepare for careers. It is not uncommon for colleges to provide pathways and support straight into the workforce the students may desire. 
Let’s start brainstorming – How did you improve ‘things’ while you were working at your previous jobs?
• Great initiatives and fresh ideas.
• Have you shaken old methods?
• Developed a new program.
• Target sales, new sales.
• Reached new clients?
• Developed a new customer satisfaction procedure?
• Improved the accuracy of budget forecasts?
• New design on time-schedule.
• Achieved project goals.
• Established good working relationships with customers.
• Great team work.
• Established new quality standards.