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Study: College Education More Valuable Than Ever

According to a new analysis by the Economic Policy Institute, though recent graduates often struggle to find work and student debt has passed the $1 trillion mark, a college education is more valuable than ever because the wage gap between grads and non-grads continues to grow. What do you think?

  • “Really? Well then, by all means, raise tuition.”

    Tim Randolph-Davis
  • “I’ve found it pretty easy to just say I have a college degree and reap the rewards that way.”

    Paul Ocshe
    Personal Scheduler
  • “And that doesn’t even take into account that college is where you get the best nicknames.”

    Aurielle Peters