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dudeimsocool wrote:Should you always go to the school with better employment numbers if you will have no debt at graduation
No, I think you need a rosetta stone to understand a lot of the employment numbers. Also, I am not aware of any school that has 100% reporting on employment numbers.
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moonman157 wrote:Employment prospects, region you want to practice in, and cost are the most important factors
I agree with this, and I would add that quality of life factors during school should be given some consideration, although it would be fairly low on the list.
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Agree with the board here. Debt and employment prospects are the most important factors (and I'm including location in employment prospects, since it's a factor), but they're not the only parts of the equation. Sounds like you've got the basic idea though.
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