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Thinking about going to college? Here are some helpful tips

With the rising cost of college saddling more and more graduates with crippling debt, the prospect of higher education is getting a second look by many people who are on the cusp of deciding what direction their career paths will take.

With the rising cost of college saddling more and more graduates with crippling debt, the prospect of higher education is getting a second look by many people who are on the cusp of deciding what direction their career paths will take.

The resulting bleak outlook makes many wonder if this country values education at all, considering what a potential liability it’s become.

In her latest comic, Jen Sorensen nails this dilemma beautifully.

(h/t: Alternet)

Look:

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  1. Brother Dan

    September 3, 2014 at 1:03 pm

    I never finished my degree and it didn’t hut me a bit. I made a very good living following the credentialed around and fixing their screw ups. I accumulated wealth and live in comfortable semi-retirement. Higher education is a jobs program, unfortunately, which doesn’t train anyone for anything useful (except for those accursed MBAs). Save your parent’s money, follow your own path, at least you will be happy.

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