Should I quit my job and go to grad school?

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Should I quit my job and go to grad school?

Rounding it up

  • A graduate degree can lead to over $1 million in additional lifetime income, per the SSA.

  • Graduate degrees can nevertheless impose serious debt burdens upon students.

  • Higher education could make you a more informed and well-rounded individual, however, grad students are uniquely susceptible to mental illness and depression.

  • Everyone's situation is different: Here are some ways to determine whether or not grad school is for you.

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Ryan Severance
#education#student debt#grad school#career advancement

Ryan Severance

Ryan Severance is a professional freelance author and the owner of American Scribe LLC. With degrees in political science and socio-legal studies, he writes about business, politics, and law for clients around the world.

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