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04-02-2013, 04:52 PM
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Originally Posted by tomgilbertfan View Post
In the sciences you're working in a lab and generally TA'ing. So you get paid for those two things and if you're going in more debt you're doing it wrong. Granted things like pre-professional schools will put you in more debt but a masters program for biology shouldn't.
So you're working and paying for it. My employer is paying for my Masters and I still have a GI Bill sitting around for the PhD if I decide to haven't paid a dime on any of my degrees yet.

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