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May 29, 2013

HIGHER EDUCATION BUBBLE UPDATE: Colleges Get An ‘A’ In Hiking Costs. “Over the last 25 years, the universities’ enrollments have collectively grown by 26 percent, while the ranks of full-time administrators have risen 75 percent, not only at private universities but also at some public ones. . . . During the same 25-year period, tuition at four-year universities nationwide has increased an inflation-adjusted 85 percent, federal figures show.”

Related: Half of College Grads Are Working Jobs That Don’t Require a Degree. And it’s not much better at the top. “40% of grads from the nation’s top 100 colleges couldn’t find jobs in their chosen field.”

Also: College Graduates’ Expectations Are Out Of Line with Reality, Says Study.

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