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ADKEY: 27939
Anywhere: 1
Charac: 1
Csalary: 100000
Gender: 1
GoingWell: 1
HigherED: 1
Intelligence: 2
Motivation: 4
Position1: civil litigation paralegal
Position2: market researcher
Position3: buyer - department store - retail
Position4: protocol administrator
Position5: teacher college/university
Preparedness: 10
Relevance: 1
Reputation: 7
Satisfied: 1
Ssalary: 50000
StartingJob: Protocol administrator
StillInField: 1
UContrib3: 1
WhereURNow4: 1
Year: 76
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I moved to major cities after graduation and I believe that this experience advanced my development. I always felt there just wasn't anything for me at E'town and went through the motion to graduate. Although social in college, did not have much in common after commencement… and happily moved on. Maybe E'town gave me the urge to find it… and I do believe that a liberal education is very beneficial. Thanks.

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