There are different measurement systems for temperature. the three most important are...
1) The Celsius system. Common in Europe, Asia and most of Africa. 0°C is the temperature where water freezes. 100°C is the temperature where water becomes gaseous. -273°C is the coldest possible temperature in the universe. 2) The Fahrenheit System, Common in America. 32°F is the temperature where water freezes, 212°F is the temperature where water boils/becomes gaseous. -460°F is the coldest possible temperature in the universe. 3) The Kelvin System. Common in science, especially physics. 273°K is the temperature where Water freezes, 373°K is the temperature where water boils/evaporates. 0°K is the coldest possible temperature in the universe.
In Kelvin and Celsius, 1° is equally "wide". Fahrenheit degrees are "shorter" than Celsius/Kelvin degrees. A rising of temperature of 18°F is equal to a rising of temperature of 10°K or 10°C. http://funadvice.com/r/155nh81ve2m
As Janicee said, it really depends on the job requirements. If you find a field that really interests you it would probably be a good idea to go for the degree because in the end, you would most likely make more money. I, for instance, love science. I can't see myself in any other type of career. Most of the jobs I want to work require at least a bachelors degree in biology. Having a masters or PhD in a specific field of bio would not only pay more money, but also make me more marketable in the competitive job market.
It depends on what you want to be. If your dream is to be a guitar teacher, an artist, or a chef, then you don't necessarily need a degree. Jobs based on portfolios will hire the more talented applicant over the one with the degrees in everything anyday.
Although, if you want to be a teacher, lawyer, doctor etc you need the degrees because there is no way you can start in those kinds of industries without them.
I think it makes a huge difference having a degree. People have much higher expectations now. Even the admin staff in my department have degrees. Its not always necessary, but its becoming harder to get a job without one. For me, getting a job in science is going to require a masters degree which i should finish in six months. But it may not be long before the minimum education required is a PhD.
Well, it depends, a lot of people getting degrees don't end up getting a job in the same thing. However if it were something more specific like for example, you got a degree in engineering and then you wanted to be a doctor, that won't work at all. So really it depends on the degree and the job requirements.
That's relative to what the temperature is normally. For example, one summer day, the temperature rises to 25°C ... if, the next day, it happens to be 26°C, then you're not going to notice a big change ... however, if water has a freezing point of 0°C then even one degree (1°C) can cause it to melt.
My dads friend got a degree in college for teaching. He ended up working for the UPS company, but because of his degree he was promoted to manager. Personally I think getting an education is worth it because I'd rather have something and never use it than to not have something that I wish I had.
I cannot give an answer, but wow People cannot on read or have selective reading. The poster of this question said how much of a diffenece in TEMPRETURE does one degree make.
Where did she say anything about...What difference does a degree make XD
It says temperature now because I edited the question to make it more clear ... the original question was vague and under the education and school category, so ... can't blame anyone for misunderstanding.
HAHA It was OBVIOUSLY time for me to go to sleep! I totally misread that question! Sorry!
Yeah... It didnt start off saying temperature. Perhaps you shouldnt jump to conclusions
Thank you for editing my question and for giving the best and not confusing answer.
No no I met how much does of a difference does a degree make in tempeture
No I met how much of a difference does a degree make in tempeture
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