Who better to help us tackle today’s topics than Mr. DoughRoller.net, Rob Berger (…and the Dough Roller podcast, too!) Does it matter whether you attend an online university or a name brand college? Is student loan debt the next big bubble? Is an English degree a great gift to help you begin life?
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- Cheap Public Online Bachelor’s Programs For Out of State Students (US News & World Report)
- Why the Student Loan Crisis Is Worse Than People Think (Money)
- 7 Creative Ways to Pay For College Without Taking On More Loans (Huffington Post)
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Great episode. On the topic of schools and majors, i think it’s important to remember that one can always supplement their major with a minor or certificate. So even if you really want to major in liberal arts or social science, you can add a minor in business, math, IT, or something similar so that you can be marketable to a wide range of employers.