Associate in Life Skills / Hobbies
Career summary: Recreation Workers
National Average, Source: Bureau of Labor Statistics
14% job growth by 2022, which is faster than average
Earn a degree in life skills / hobbies from an accredited college
One of the best ways to prepare for a career in life skills / hobbies is through a college education. An Associate will help you develop entry level skills, general life skills / hobbies know how and the basic life skills / hobbies experience you need to start your career off right. You may also consider a Bachelor's in Life Skills / Hobbies to help you take your education and career to the next level. Please select life skills / hobbies school below.
Salary and career outlook data provided by the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics.
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