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If you’re looking to advance in your career, a graduate degree can help. In fact, 20% of open positions in the U.S. economy prefer or require someone with graduate-level education.1
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1: Forbes Magazine, 4/04/14, "In Defense of the Master's Degree," on the Internet at http://www.forbes.com/sites/realspin/2014/04/04/in-defense-of-the-masters-degree (visited Feb. 18. 2016)