It's nice to see you guys get your Associate's degrees. I skipped mine and I'm working on my Bachelor's degree. It would have taken me an extra year of college to get an Associate's degree + a Bachelor's degree, so I didn't bother. Plus, an Associate's degree in accounting is as useful as toilet paper with shit stains on it.
I'm a RN, for the most part you can get by w/an Associate's b/c you get the same "nursing" education as someone w/ a bachelor's for the most part. The person w/ the bach is getting more elective type crap and management level stuff.
Sadly, most hospitals are only hiring bachelor's RNs so I'm stuck in hospice until i get mine or some experience and level up.
My +1 is an accountant. She makes some pretty serious dough.
So good for all of you going that route.