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So I went searching for a thread like this recently because I was curious and figured this topic would have been covered before. It has but the thread is now six years old. Additionally, some of this information ends up being offered freely in Connemara's starting dsalary thread, but it's not the focus

So, how much schoolin' e'rybody 'round these parts got? I know we run the gammut from the never finished high school to PhDs, but I think having some insight as to the distribution. For my part, I've a masters in physics, am a doctoral candidate in physics, and have recently taken to working on a masters in math.
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I'll play, since everyone knows already anyway - PhD
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B.Com

Graduate Degree (related to professional acct. designation)

Professional accounting designation

 

24 y.o

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So I went searching for a thread like this recently because I was curious and figured this topic would have been covered before. It has but the thread is now six years old. Additionally, some of this information ends up being offered freely in Connemara's starting dsalary thread, but it's not the focus

So, how much schoolin' e'rybody 'round these parts got? I know we run the gammut from the never finished high school to PhDs, but I think having some insight as to the distribution. For my part, I've a masters in physics, am a doctoral candidate in physics, and have recently taken to working on a masters in math.

I've got a BS in Civil Engineering from Georgia Tech. And a few professional letters.

I'm 25.
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If we're adding on ages I should probably mention I'm 28.
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