Yes. Job market is slim for just an associates degree, in comparison to a bachelors. It's like comparing a High School Diploma to an Associates on the job market - a diploma won't get you much, an associates could get you quite a bit more, and a bachelors could get you even more.
Originally posted by PJYelton
xds4lx, you mentioned that it depended on what I was interested in. What about software design and game programming? Also, does everyone else agree that a bachelors is the way to go vs job experience?