I just finished my morning ritual – well, obsession.  Coffee, toast, email, FB and Twitter.  There is so much information that I did not know when I went to bed last night.

Ticks.  It’s the season. Did you know how many ticks there are and that they are on the rise?  I may not go out much this summer.

Schools.  Turns out my kids are in or have just graduated from what they call “party schools” – something that we did not hear about during freshman orientation. But not to worry, ‘cause the ROI (return on investment) is big.  PayScale (a salary-tracking website) ranked the colleges on a 20-year net ROI defined as “the total earnings, minus the cost of the degree, minus the average earnings over the person with only a high school education” according to Business Insider.

Here’s the article with the list of schools: “The 10 Biggest Party Schools That Are Worth The Money” Business Insider

Another data point to consider when asked the question about the overall worth of a college degree.

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Written by Susan Beacham
Susan Beacham founded Money Savvy Generation in 1999 after almost two decades in private banking and investment management complemented by considerable time teaching at the elementary level.

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