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What You Should Know / September 16, 2010

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-- Education is an important factor in success. For the top 25 richest individuals in the world, intelligence and education certainly played a vital role in their success, but not all have MBA’s from Ivy League schools. In fact, very few do. Success in the business world comes more from consistent and cumulative learning over a lifetime. Online education can assist in providing just this sort of opportunity. The chance to broaden perspectives, expand your knowledge base, and learn while working are just some of the excellent benefits of online universities. In the near future, it is likely that some of the world’s richest will have been schooled almost entirely online.

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  • 1. Matt  |  September 16th, 2010 at 10:53 am

    of course, I’m going to read a fucking online diploma mill PR site. online education is a rip-off. mark my words: public education will follow the route of private for-profit universities and gradually expand “distance learning” courses because it’s cheap cheap cheap.

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