Go for a Master’s Degree at 53?

February 27, 2009 at 8:40 pm in Work & Money by dacesa22

I have been forced to close my company under very stressful and financially crushing circumstances. I don’t have it in me, nor do I want to, start anything like that again. I, however, have gotten excited over the notion of going into counseling and would need to obtain a master’s in psychology (which I would do online.) I look forward to learning again and actually helping people…Is it too late? Is there a future in this field?

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