Psychological Assessment and Treatment of Children and Adolescents

Making Sure College Is Worth The Cost

Published on: September 20, 2015  

Making Sure College Is Worth The Cost

Research has shown that college graduates are have more difficulty finding jobs following achieving their degrees. It’s likely a balance between the number of open positions in any given field and the number of skilled employees vying for each open position.


In the past, going to a reputable college, university, skilled professional school or being taught, supervised, or mentored by a leader in any given industry would have set you apart from others seeking opportunities in the workforce. Do you believe this still the case?

Here’s a thoughtful article that completes my series on options after high school (even for adults considering getting an advanced degree or receiving specialized vocational training).

The focus on the article is on the value of a college education. Do the opportunities created justify the high price tag? You be the judge…

With Warmest Regards,

Dave Callies, Psy.D.
Clinical Child & Adolescent Psychologist
Gyro Psychology Services
866-616-4976 (gyro)

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