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What were they thinking: America’s top colleges

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I_B_GREEN
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I_B_GREEN   8/8/2012 3:15:46 PM
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Engineering is not prestiguos at this time. Learning to steal at the highest levels of the banking and trading industry is. When this also goes the comodity route in the future then these kind of distorted top ten list will get more reasonable. When these advanced tools that the top have are on our phones hen a equal playing field wil be possible. assuming you (most of us) are not time poor and ave something to nvest.

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EREBUS0   8/3/2012 8:01:12 PM
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All I know is that I spent seven years getting my BS in Computer Engineering by working full time and going to school part time. I ended up with a degree, no debt, an excellent job history and found my skills more than equal to those from the so called "prestigious" universities. I watched my niece rack up $100,000 in tuition loans only to hear her grip about how she hates her job. I think it is time for people to examine what they want out of life and explore options. There are a lot of ways to make a good living without digging yourself into an unmanageable debt. Talk about your Ivory Tower Insanity. Wake up people this is really stupid. Just my opinion.

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