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May 6, 2014 9:32 AM

College graduate poll looks beyond salary at happiness in life and work

A new study tracking nearly 30,000 college graduates finds it’s how a person uses time in college, not the type of school attended, that will have an impact on the quality of a lifetime of work and personal wellbeing.

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