• Posts Tagged ‘student loans’

    The Higher-Ed Bubble Myth

    by  • June 12, 2012 • Articles • 0 Comments

    The idea that there is a looming higher education bubble, analogous to the subprime mortgage bubble, is the myth that refuses to die. It seems to be just too good a descriptor for it not to describe something, and even people who are ordinarily thoughtful in their choice of words not only use the...

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    Debt and a Liberal Education

    by  • March 6, 2012 • Articles • 1 Comment

    When I went to college, my parents told me that I shouldn’t expect that my job would be in the same field as my major, and so I should major in what interested me. Employers also didn’t mind that people didn’t come out with the skills for a particular job. After all, they wanted...

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