5 Majors that Pay the Most

Choosing an area of study is an important step when choosing a school, but it doesn’t have to happen right away. Having a few good choices when you’re college hunting is a good way to remain relatively flexible in your studies. Here are a few majors that pay the most: 5. Physics NASA, the Department […]


July 26, 2011 Is the Master’s the New Bachelor’s?

Yes, according to The New York Times. The master’s is currently the fastest-growing degree, and is on its way to becoming the entry degree to a wide variety of professions, especially now that degrees are specific and utilitarian (think supply chain management) and often with internships built in. So why the trend? Some blame the devaluing […]

By Steve Sandweiss | Changes . Grad School . GRE . Money . New York Times

May 7, 2011 State Schools to Be Allowed to Set Own Tuition

Lawmakers say they’ve agreed on the broad strokes of a higher-education bill that would give Washington’s five public universities and The Evergreen State College authority to set in-state undergraduate tuition for the next four years. This will mean a tuition hike of about 13 to 16 percent to make up for cuts in higher-ed funding, but also […]

By Steve Sandweiss | Changes . College Admissions . Money . Washington

Pew Asks: Is College Worth It?

  The Pew Research Center recently surveyed adults ages 18 and higher in the U.S. on what they think of the state of college education in this country. Here’s what they said: A majority of Americans say the higher education system in the U.S. fails to provide students and their families good value for their money. Adults […]

By Steve Sandweiss | Money . Undergrad

October 4, 2011 Washington News: WSU loads up on freshmen

In a move opposite of trends on most other state school campuses, this year Washington State University will have 1,100 more in-state freshmen at its Pullman campus than last year, with an emphasis on bringing in Washington students. Because of budget cuts, universities like UW have cut down on the number of in-state freshmen and increased tuition, […]

By Steve Sandweiss | Changes . College Admissions . High school . Money

Five Advanced Degrees Still Worth the Debt

  From Kiplinger, five graduate degrees that tend to pay off in the end: M.D.    Physicians’ incomes range from about $188,000, on average, for family practitioners to more than $485,000 for orthopedic surgeons. As the population ages, job prospects for physicians will continue to be robust. Master of Public Health.    Average income: $90,970. As the health […]

By Steve Sandweiss | GMAT . Grad School . GRE . Law School . LSAT . MCAT . Medical school . Money






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