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October 20, 2010

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Student loans may cause people to take higher paying but less fulfilling jobs. However, I also think people are also just taking any job they can get right now. I know plenty of adults who got laid off and took a job that was 40 percent less than their previous job, and had zero job satisfaction.

I think you really need to strive to be the best you can be period. You can't just skate by and wait for retirement, like some used to do.

I had a feeling it was more expensive to be a student, so it's nice to see it in writing. It sounds like you have benefited greatly from reading the book. I am definitely going to get a copy myself.
Thanks for sharing your experience

I promise I'll stop posting about Princeton :-)

Seriously, I believe that there are programs where you can get your student loans cancelled (not sure what the exact term is) if you go into teaching, military, Peace Corps, or possibly other service careers.

Call me cynical, but I thought that elite schools were mainly about networking not necesarily about better education.

So, if the above is true, does that mean that networking ('the old boys network') doesn't work anymore?

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