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Will College Pay Off?’ A Surprising Cost-benefit Analysis

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Wed, 24 Jun 2015

Published with permission from  Knowledge @ Wharton , Wharton’s online business journal. If  you want to be paid well in the United States, conventional wisdom suggests that going to college is a necessity. But Wharton management professor  Peter Cappelli , director of Wharton’s Center for Human Re

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