ROI on a College Education

July 2011
Journal of Financial Planning;Jul2011, Vol. 24 Issue 7, p12
Academic Journal
The article presents the findings of a research study conducted by Pew Research Center which shows that 57 percent of Americans believe that college is too expensive in the U.S., asserting that it is not a sufficient value return for what students and families pay.


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