A recent survey conducted by the Pew Research Center found that half of women who graduated from college said the experience was money well spent, while only 37 percent of men concurred. Those same women are more likely than men to say they grew emotionally and personally during their college years, according to the survey. Women have outnumbered their male counterparts on college campuses since 1992, but in 2010 a record 36 percent of women between the ages of 25 and 29 had bachelor’s degrees, compared with 28 percent of men in the same age range. One troubling statistic from the survey: 77 percent of people who participated said women needed the degree to get ahead in life, while only 68 percent said men needed it too.
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