"The decision to attend graduate school varies greatly among those with bachelor’s degrees, according to a 2015 study by Georgetown University. For example, 77% of students who major in health and medical preparatory programs attend grad school, compared to 55.7% of public policy students, 38.4% of students who major in finance, and 1.3% of architectural engineering students.
And while a graduate degree certainly looks good on your resume, the return on investment isn’t always clear. Is it necessary for your job? Will it provide a competitive edge or salary increase? Or will you just be saddled with a lifetime of debt?..."
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Article written by: TERRI WILLIAMS
Nadine Underbrink, M.Ed.