Well thumbs up to Cristian!. I was thinking more along the lines of career counselors or sites directly related to your field. Proves there are many talents spread throughout the real estate industry. For example, I know how to make a survival whistle from a blade of grass, lol
Amanda, I was in the mortgage industry for 30 years. It folded. hundreds of thpusands hit the streets looking for work and I can tell you, based on listening to mant friends andhead hunters that there are MANY jobs not requiring a degree---if you like gas station work, fats food, etc. There are mnany well qualified folks trying for jobs. They have lifetime experience but no degree. Look through all the jobs sites including workforce oregon, etc and you will see DEGREES are required even if they are in basket weaving. Its stupid but true. Do both. Try to get a job based on your current talent and attitude while also going to school. Some employers appreciate that you are currently involved in courses for that field. The benefits flow both ways. You will have on going job experience which could be used for credits and at the least will give you something to fill resume space.