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Gallup-Purdue University: Just 29% students say colleges prepare them 'for life'

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Paul Bedard,Washington Secrets,Indiana,Polls,Student Loans,Higher Education,College Tuition,Mitch Daniels
An enormous study of more than 30,000 American college students by Gallup and Purdue University finds that just 29 percent believe their school prepared them for life and that the bigger their student loan debt after graduating the worse their overall well-being. In "Great Jobs, Great Lives," the first-ever "Gallup-Purdue Index" also upsets the commonly accepted view that Ivy Leaguers have it...