Over the past 40 years, tuition hikes have vastly outpaced inflation—and with as many as 40 million Americans carrying student loan debt, many critics wonder whether college is still worth the investment. Learn what economic metrics suggest about a college degree's long-term value for individual employees and how higher education impacts the labor market more broadly.
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