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Does College Pay Off? Tuition Costs vs. Earning Power

College is an investment that involves money and time. It's a proven fact that the more you learn, the more you earn. But what about where you learn?

Regardless of where you go to school, aim to keep your student loan borrowing to a minimum. A good rule of thumb is to not borrow more for your education than you intend to make in your 1st year out of school. Curious about the salary range is for your future career? Check out salary.com.

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•Get the most bang for your buck by attending an in-state public school. According to the Wall Street Journal, it's the best value out there, in terms of return on investment.

•Take a look at some colleges that pay off at SmartMoney.com.

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