Is Grad School Worth it? (infographic)

For a majority of students, the college learning experience ends after a 4 year bachelor degree, but with today’s unemployment landscape, grad school seems like a great alternative to not only delay getting thrown out into the lion’s den of a real world, but also optimizing your chances of landing a job. The catch is a graduate degree equals more debt due to the cost of school, money lost going to school full time and less real experience compared to the possibility of making more money out of the gate post-grad and chances of breaking through the future ceiling so many people hit due to the lack of a post-bachelors degree. Course Hero created this infographic based on a Georgetown University Study, comparing different areas of work and the amount of fiscal growth between a bachelor and graduate degree.

Source: Visual.ly

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