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The Education Bubble: Is A Harvard MBA Worth $500,000?

The Education Bubble: Is A Harvard MBA Worth $500,000? Written by Peter Diekmeyer College students are back at their desks this month facing bleak prospects. With tightening job markets leaving kids with no place else to go, universities continue to jack up fees. The upshot is growing signs that America is in the midst of an “education bubble,” just as big as those in stock, bond, and real estate markets.
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