A College Degree Is Still Worth ItChris Farrell
It wasn't all that long ago—the 1980s and '90s—when hardly anyone questioned the value of a college degree. Sure, a couple of skeptics liked to point out that neither Bill Gates nor Steve Jobs graduated from college, and parents complained about the tuition bill. Still, when college acceptances went out in the spring, people cheered, believing that admission represented the ticket to a good job and career.
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