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December 21, 2014

Editorial: College graduates and the pay gap

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Posted: Tuesday, May 27, 2014 9:41 pm | Updated: 9:46 pm, Wed May 28, 2014.

There’s scant debate about the value of a four-year college degree. It isn’t a home run — an automatic score — but it is the closest thing there is to a guarantee in today’s job market.

There is worthwhile debate, however, about the wisdom of going to college for students who don’t have a strong chance to graduate, regardless of the reasons why. College isn’t for everyone, and the ever-rising cost of tuition puts a premium on finishing, not just attending classes for a few semesters.

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