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A couple of more issues to ponder

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Submitted by ET (United States), Apr 15, 2017 at 07:16

Two other items seems to be left out of the presentations:

1. What kind of jobs do the students get and how much money do they make after graduation?

2. If you want your kid to be a Nobel Prize winner, it may be more important where the NP work was done than where the NP is now. NPs are notoriously unproductive after they receive their prize.


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How's the search going? What about Clark University in Worcester MA? [156 words]
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A couple of more issues to ponder [67 words]ETApr 15, 2017 07:16238522
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