All Things Equal: Unintended Consequences and Allegedly Misrepresented Statistics

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Pay more than $150,000 now and recoup my original investment in several years. Once the borrowed funds are repaid, earnings are mine to keep and this income represents a positive return on investment.1 If salary data or the employment statistics presented to potential students do not fairly represent reality, however, the mechanism by which they decide whether or not to pursue a degree has been compromised.

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