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The data problem that perpetuates America’s ongoing college-value debate

The March jobs report adds to a pile of conclusive evidence that most of the jobs being created in today’s economy require an education beyond high school. Jobs that demand a post-high school credential have been leading the recovery, with 9 million college jobs added since 2007. Meanwhile, 6.3 million jobs for high-school-educated workers are gone, and they’re not coming back.

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