Unnecessary Education? | GenomeWeb

At the Big Wide World blog, Charlie Ball advises students to "think twice" about getting a master's degree. The argument that a student needs a master's degree to find a good job sounds logical, but Ball is skeptical, saying his master's didn't help him find a job in the last recession and he's not sure job prospects have gotten any better.

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