Nearly three-quarters of adults in their thirties crave a new career, according to a recent University of Phoenix study. Forty percent say they’re unsure which path is the best to pursue. In a rapidly shifting economy, the desire for a change of pace may be the only constant. In fact, The Bureau of Labor Statistics reported in 2019 that the average person could expect to have 12 jobs in their lifetime. You can make the most of this new world of frequent career shifts by pursuing an education that prepares you for the economy of tomorrow. In 2018, nine out of 10 new jobs went to people with a college degree. Georgetown University predicts that by 2020, 35 percent of new jobs will require at least a bachelor’s degree.