More than four million children were born in the United States in 1990, the most in any year since the tail end of the baby boom in 1961. Twenty-two years later, in 2012, more than 1.8 million will earn a bachelor’s degree and either enter the workforce or move on to more schooling (graduate school). In addition, approximately 3.2 million students, most born in 1994, will graduate from high school this spring, and face the same choices as college grads…

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