A College degree OUT OF THE BASEMENT AND INTO REALITY

A College Degree: Is It Worth It?

Some Believe the Workforce is "Over-educated"

But, in addition to training towards a specific field, universities teach problem solving and critical thinking skills

Critical thinking is the ability to analyze a problem or situation and determine how to act or react

These are some of the most valuable skills employers look for in potential employees

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