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(The Business Journals)   Princeton graduates draw the highest salary. Some even manage to pay off their tuition loans within a few years after they retire   ( bizjournals.com) divider line
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2012-10-03 10:35:59 AM  
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HeadLever: And in other news that would make Mike Rowe's chest swell with pride, The South Dakotoa School of mines just passed Harvard for average starting salary after finishing college.

I read that as "school of mimes". Had a good laugh.
2012-10-03 10:04:18 AM  
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Danger Mouse:
Clearly the goverment must do something about this.
After all it's our God given right to have affordable education for every single person, and if a private entity such as Princeton, or Harvard choose to pay "professors" upwards of $200K for teaching a single class, then surely every tax payer in the country should shoulder the burden for those that choose to attend these private instituions and take study mid evil music then damnit, we should chip in.
And kids, if you feel that you borrowed too much money, or the educational institution you chose nows seems to be too pricey, then go sleep in the public parks, smoke dope and protest. After all you're a victim and your debts should be forgiven.

Well, that's an interesting idea, but I think maybe you should put your efforts toward not being so snide. You didn't go to Princeton.
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