Price of Admission: America’s College Debt Crisis – CNBC

As millions of American families struggle to cope with college costs that are rising at twice the rate of inflation, CNBC investigates a system that encourages widespread borrowing—often with little regard to a student’s ability to pay—leaving the average college graduate with tens of thousands of dollars in student-loan debt.

What really tugged my strings was the college student that was killed in the car accident and how his folks are still struggling to pay for his college loans.

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Huffington Post: 2010: The Year We Learned A College Degree Doesn’t Equal Immediate Career Success

Article: Doctoral degrees: The disposable academic

As you know, I have been on the fence for years whether or not if I should pursue a doctorate degree. One of my friends posted this on Facebook and I’m wondering if it’s worth it.

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