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The Department of Education is cracking down on for-profit schools like the University of Phoenix and Kaplan because of the promises they make about career training and advancement. The worry is that students rack up debt only to find themselves working low paying jobs.
But graduates of for-profit schools aren’t the only ones in this situation. Students who pay $200,000 to go to non-profit institutions like NYU are also having trouble finding wages that match the price of tuition.
If you’re the proud recipient of a B.A., B.S., A.A., M.A. or Ph.D., Marketplace has a question for you: Was it worth it?
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