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Is your college degree worth it?
Costs for undergraduate degrees are based off the tuition, fees, and room and board of a four-year, in-state, public school. Graduate degree costs are based off of NCES data for the specific area of study. Calculations were figured using an average loan interest payment of 6% and 10% of salary going to repaying school loans.
Sources: Bankrate, Bureau of Labor Statistics, National Center for Education Statistics, FinAid.org.
First Published: June 12, 2013: 5:57 AM ET
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By Angela Johnson @ANJ0817 June 21, 2013
Getting a graduate degree isn't always the best path to riches. With today's grads leaving school with an ever-increasing amount of debt, some four-year degrees offer a much better return on investment, a recent study found.
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