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These majors have the highest “return on investment” – with graduates earning up to $ 165,000 annually

College students, listen: Business degrees are the most popular undergraduate and graduate students in the United States, but do they pay off? A new report from Georgetown University’s Center for Education and Workforce looked at the return on investment (ROI) of 5,500 corporate programs in more than 1,700 colleges. It found that the value of …

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These majors have the highest “return on investment” – with graduates earning up to $ 165,000 annually

College students, listen: Business degrees are the most popular undergraduate and graduate students in the United States, but do they pay off? A new report from Georgetown University’s Center for Education and Workforce looked at the return on investment (ROI) of 5,500 corporate programs in more than 1,700 colleges. It found that the value of …

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New York City developer launches life science firm

Taconic Partners, one of the largest private owners and managers of laboratory space serving New York’s pharmaceutical and biotech companies, is consolidating its life science portfolio into a new subsidiary called Elevate Research Properties. Elevate will control three life science labs currently under development by Taconic. According to Matthew Weir, Taconic’s executive vice president, Elevate …

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New York City developer launches life science firm

Taconic Partners, one of the largest private owners and managers of laboratory space serving New York’s pharmaceutical and biotech companies, is consolidating its life science portfolio into a new subsidiary called Elevate Research Properties. Elevate will control three life science labs currently under development by Taconic. According to Matthew Weir, Taconic’s executive vice president, Elevate …

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