A college degree might not be good enough anymore. At least according to this New York Times article.
College's have been raising tuition for years because they need more faculty and resources to educate the increased student population and now it may turn out that expensive degree won't even be good enough to get your feet in the door.
Can't say I'm surprised.
The Master’s as the New Bachelor’s
By LAURA PAPPANO
William Klein’s story may sound familiar to his fellow graduates. After earning his bachelor’s in history from the College at Brockport, he found himself living in his parents’ Buffalo home, working the same $7.25-an-hour waiter job he had in high school.
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