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Media Coverage | August 14, 2013

What Really Helps in Today’s Job Market

By Elizabeth Gehrman
The Boston Globe: August 11, 2013

YOU’VE READ THE HEADLINES:

Despite some improvement in job growth for recent college grads, many are still trying to adjust to post-Great Recession life. They’re out of work, working part time, or cobbling together some kind of living by walking dogs, cutting lawns, and painting houses while volunteering in their preferred fields and living in their parents’ basements.

But some of those with bachelor’s degrees, both new to the workforce and not, are coming to a perhaps counterintuitive solution: They’re spending more money, not less, banking their futures on further schooling in the form of master’s degrees, professional certificates, and non-matriculating adult education.

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