January 5, 1996
The Economic Payoff of Attending an Ivy League Institution
Many of our best and brightest high-school seniors know what most of our higher-education leaders have been reluctant to admit: An increasingly small number of colleges and universities have become the gatekeepers for society's top- paying jobs.
Look at the legal profession. Lawyers who deal with mergers and business acquisitions, for example, receive just a small percentage of the money involved in the transactions that they negotiate, but their fees can amount to millions of dollars
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