For many people, going to graduate school is a great move. It can deliver a vital intellectual wake-up call or start you on the path to a new, more satisfying career. It can even increase your earning power. But if you don’t know why you’re going, grad school can leave you with a whole lot of debt—and not much else. Make sure that you’re choosing a program because it makes sense within a larger plan and not simply because you’re frustrated with your current job or unsure of the next step.
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