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    • Older seminarians, especially minority women, face tough job market with rising student debt
      The substantial increase in middle-aged Americans seeking second careers in the pulpit has been a godsend for seminaries faced with overall declines in enrollment and budget shortfalls. But the realities of a shrinking clergy labor market, and seminary tuition costs outpacing inflation, leave some facing debts of $80,000 or more trying to find work in a relatively low-paying profession. (ARDA)
    • If Colleges Want Federal Funds, They'll Have to Prove Students Get Jobs
      The U.S. Department of Education intends to crack down on postsecondary career programs that can't demonstrate that enough graduates have found "gainful employment," a move some for-profit colleges say could cost thousands of students the opportunity for a better future. (The Atlantic)

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