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The value of a college degree

December 27, 2011

On the December, 2011 edition of "The Relevant University," host Larry Burns, vice president for external affairs at The University of Toledo, leads a discussion on the value of a college degree.

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The University of Toledo logoThe University of Toledo President Dr. Lloyd Jacobs shares his belief that education is the best avenue to personal success and an improved economy.

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The Wall Street Journal logoCarl Bialik, "The Numbers Guy" for The Wall Street Journal, talks about a recent column in which he investigated the commonly used figure that a college degree is worth $1 million.

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UnCollege logoCarlos Miceli, a leader with the UnCollege social movement, conveys their message that a college education is not the only path to success.

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Georgetown University logoDr. Anthony Carnevale, a research professor at Georgetown University, discusses his studies regarding education and the workforce.

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