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Should You Consider Pursuing a Low-Paying Degree?

The traditional way of choosing a major was usually based on your genuine interest in that particular field. Today, interest still plays a role in choosing a major, but so does earned income that your degree can generate for you after graduation. USA Today College posted this article about the economics of students pursuing low-paying degrees.

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