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College Degrees are More Manageable


Sep. 3, 2014 Washington Post

Tuition costs are rising faster than inflation. Many people with college degrees end up unemployed or underemployed. And debt collectors are being criticized for the ways they go after graduates for payments owed.

None of this suggests that college is growing more affordable. But a chart put out by the New York Fed’s Liberty Street Economics blog shows that by some measures, going to college is at least getting more manageable.

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