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This is a conversation about the new Georgetown Center for Education and the Workplace's research on the ROI of a college degree (https://cew.georgetown.edu/cew-reports/collegeroi/). With my friend and independent counselor, Rob Schwartz, we dig into this research and what it means for students and families.
Rob Schwartz's bio:
Mr. Schwartz currently works as an independent counselor at Premier College Guidance (https://premiercollegeguide.com/), but was born, raised and educated in Southern California. He received his BA in Political Science from UCLA, his MA in History from California State University, Northridge, and a College Counseling Certificate from UCLA. His prior work includes stints with NASA, Morgan Stanley, and just shy of nine years at The Princeton Review. He is also a current faculty member of the UCLA College Counseling program.