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Getting a degree in down times can be a liability for some who can't find jobs and have massive loans.
The conventional wisdom that getting a degree helps your career is not quite panning out for Shana Berenzweig.
The 33-year-old quit her job at the Texas Medical Association to get a master's in public administration at New York University. She worked part time, graduated nearly two years ago and moved back to Austin, Texas. So far, she hasn't been able to find a job.
"It's very scary to be in this position," says Berenzweig, who is trying to make payments on her six-figure school loans with some assistance from her parents and by cobbling together babysitting gigs.
Caught this one on the morning run, it does a good job at getting inside this tough job market. Listen to or read it all--KSH.
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