If I could live my life over, I would never get a doctorate in Organizational Leadership and I certainly would not attend Argosy University. I have been looking and applying for teaching opportunities since I graduated in 2012. My grades are stellar. I've earned one B, the rest of my courses netted me A's. In addition to the foregoing, I have college teaching experience, I continue to take a variation of courses that would acclimate me to the different eLearning platforms. I've coached seven doctoral dissertations. I've even applied to teach high school and was told I needed to complete at least seven or eight remedial courses, because although I have a doctorate in Organization Leadership, the discipline wasn't recognized as a business degree by the Florida Department of Education, Credentialing. Whenever I get the opportunity to ask why I wasn't considered for an adjunct teaching position in my discipline, that I know I was more than qualified for, I am told that almost everyone has the same degree. At the risk of being a killjoy, however, I admit that I have almost given up. I've been spending my time writing my book, 'From Bossholes to Great Boss,'but still very now and again I would submit an application for an Associate Professor position or any position in Higher Learning that I believe matches my education and experience. I took the University of Central Florida Graduate Teaching Course, just to make me more marketable. My book is coming along fine, but nothing in the way of teaching online or in person seems to be panning out. I do get lots of 'it will happen' consolation, which I do accept. I had a potential employer as me 'Argosy University? What is that? Never heard of it.' Or something along those lines. Based upon my experiences, I feel more than qualified to advise any person embarking on a college degree, to think carefully about whether or not the discipline they choose will lead to a career that is in demand. Peace!