Studies show that a postsecondary degree has a big impact on career prospects, but for students amassing huge debt, is their education paying off?
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Last time, we looked at energy independence and job creation. This week's issue explores a pressing problem for students and their families: the rising cost of college tuition. Studies show that a bachelor's degree can have a big impact on long term job prospects, but can students afford the price tag for a degree? How much money are students spending on their postsecondary degrees and is this financial investment paying off? Find the answers and more here.