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Governing RePost: Fewer people are getting degrees in public service

The latest data from the U.S. Department of Education shows that several of the top government-related academic fields — including criminal justice, political science and public administration — have seen the number of degrees awarded level off or dip slightly over the past few years.

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Diamonds and Degrees

A diamond is forever.

Proposing marriage with a diamond ring is the norm of today. And we all brush it off as an age old tradition.

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The Results Are In: Top 5 Majors

It’s reassuring to know that students are making good choices when it comes to choosing a college major. I must confess that I was surprised. In today’s world of rapidly changing EVERYTHING, the job market has hung some college majors out to dry. 741 more words

Academic Advising

Why Men Are the New College Minority

As typical, the Atlantic comes perilously close to the answer, only to bury the lede and move on.

“… at most college campuses the attitude is that men are the problem.

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News And Culture

Alan S. Blinder: One Side of the Offshoring Concern

Should America be concerned about foreign competition? Offshoring is the process of a company hiring overseas employees instead of domestic over a period of time. Alan S. 1,561 more words


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Your College Degree Is Worthless

This is not a judgement, it’s just a fact.

A degree is information. Information is an incredibly valuable resource in the market. But in the case of the college degree, far better information is available for far less time and money. 1,584 more words