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With spiking tuition costs, insurmountable loan balances, and the unemployment rate for recent college graduates hovering around 53%, it’s clear that a college education hasn’t gotten the best rap lately. Despite the ongoing financial woes across the globe, though, many think that college is still worth the investment. A new study shows that we’ve continued to flock to institutions of higher learning, enrolling at record rates over the past few years. Not surprisingly, the percentage of adults with degrees soared highest in developed nations, reaching 30% in 2010. But which of these nations can boast the status of most educated?
Originally posted by swanne
I but not much about sciences or philosophical ideas. Yet that's what matters the most!
Originally posted by crazyewok
But keep your mumbo jumbo philosophical ideas
Originally posted by Akragon
We're number one!!
Why the hell are most of the people I know morons?
Gad I hate this town...
Originally posted by gladtobehere
reply to post by 727Sky
Thats some nice spin considering our students are consistently some the dumbest despite having the biggest budgets.
And China didnt even make the top 10... haha.
When Shanghai students took international exams, they came out on top across all subjects. In the same test, American students ranked 25th in math, 17th in science and 14th in reading, NBC reports.