Liberal arts education: Waste of money or practical investment?
Jan 14, 1:00 AM
Liberal arts education: Waste of money or practical investment? Study’s conclusions might surprise you.
A study from Georgetown University’s Center on Education and the Workforce finds that over the course of a career, a liberal arts education is remarkably practical, providing a median return on investment 40 years after enrollment that approaches $1 million. The results, searchable and sortable by institution, were released Tuesday.
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