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How to Get a Free Degree From Your Future Employer

KPMG will offer young adults a master’s in accounting.
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It’s a nice enough perk when your company helps pay for your education. Here comes a little twist: an employer bankrolling degrees for future workers.

KPMG announced on Thursday that it will pay for young adults to get master’s degrees in accounting after they graduate from college  and before they join the firm full-time, partly to prepare them to be “data-age auditors.”