Celine Crestin, 39, regretted her chosen career until recently. She earned a communications degree and started her career working in retail management, then management for the federal government, but felt unfulfilled and struggled to pay off her student loans. “Then I became a single parent and couldn’t make risky career moves, as I had little to no savings and a lot of debt,” she says. “I don’t think my degree was worth it.”
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