We’ve all heard the saying that an investment in your education is the best investment you can ever make. But even an investment in education needs to be well thought out, especially in a time of rising student loan debt and high unemployment among recent graduates. Not all degrees are created equal, and nothing can replace real life experience. So Richard Barrington, writing for Five Cent Nickel, lists a number of suggestions for people considering making an investment in education. And it starts with a call to work first, then study, so that you can gain experience and find out what you’d like to do with your life. For the full article, click here.