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What is your AA degree in? Paul is right nowadays it's all about experience. I would recommend gaining the experience with your degree now and add later add on to finishing your Bachelor's. For example if you have an AA in Biology, work in a science lab at a local university for a year and then add classes as you're working.
Unfortunately I have to be blunt about AA degrees because many people in the job force are looking for "Experience"! This doesn't mean you can't do anything and absolute Zero with an AA it just means a lot more effort in finding something that fits! Have you looked into freelancing in the area of your AA degree?
Pactricia is right! AA degree opens up a lot of options! But a lot people hiring today depending on your location are looking for hands on experience! So if AA is your final decision you should make sure you get at least SOME experience in that certain field you are interested in! And you probably should ask your counselor where is convient for you to get experience that may apply to your field of interest!
It depends on what you study. The options are endless, go to the school and talk with a counselor.