Does attending Ivy League colleges make a difference professionally?

   Asked by Judy   5 months ago

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Answered 5 months ago

According to a very renowned research by Stacy Dale and Alan Kruegar, attending Ivy League schools like Brown, Columbia University, Cornell, Dartmouth, Harvard, UPenn, Princeton and Yale, as long as the student applies there. According the research, there hasn’t been a significant difference in the incomes of the people who have attended Ivy League schools in comparison to the ones who haven’t. All the people who apply to Ivy League have a set of habits and characteristics which help them, no matter where they are. One of the main advantage is Alum association, and benefits of larger network.