Strada-Gallup Alumni Survey
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Veteran Graduates Have Well-Being Edge
Half of U.S. College Grads Agree Their Education Was Worth the Cost
There are vast differences among college graduates in how prepared each is to succeed at work.
First-generation, minority graduates from public universities are just as likely to have a "great life" after college as graduates whose parents completed college, are white and who attended private universities.
Is a college degree worth it? The good news is that for most college graduates the answer is: "yes." But only if they made the most of it.
Great Jobs and Great Lives