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After nine years of changing schools, dealing with an illness and managing tuition costs, Noelle Johnson has about $20,000 in student loan debt and no degree to show for it. Millions of millennials are in the same boat. Check out the link in our profile for the full story. (Photo credit: @jameswhuclark/NPR) #newboom
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logaaaaan : @notalwaysasaint I blame it on high school counselors. They told everyone that you need to go to university to get a job. They looked down on vocational training and any job that didn't require a degree.
divgradrag : @siimonoto
notalwaysasaint : @logaaaaan valid point as well. But, like anything else, intone doesn't take the time to investigate on their own and only takes the word of another - well, caveat emptor. Think about it. One is about to spend $100,000 and five years of their life (because who really gets a degree in 4 anymore?. Colleges have restructured credit units that it demands 5 years now) ... why would they only listen to the guidance of municipal employee.
lynxoid84 : when I went to college, I chose my major based on employability. My profession is in high demand, and I am looking forward to paying off my 17K once I'm done with my PhD. Loans allowed me to be independent during B.S. and M.S., and PhD pays for itself.
carolinasirias : @val_dancer97
lampyridae__ : ๐Ÿ™‹Me too! I graduated in 2012 with my MLIS and haven't been able to land anything but part time jobs as a temp. Counting done to the last few months of forbearance on my 40k+ student loans. Growing up in school they told us "you can be anything you want when you grow up." They lied.
alyj24 : ๐Ÿ˜”๐Ÿ˜”๐Ÿ˜”๐Ÿ˜” @meganej24
meganej24 : @alyj24 just a huge issue. ๐Ÿ˜•
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A peak behind the radio: NPR's Ari Shapiro is field reporting (literally) with producer Rich Preston in far western Ireland this week. (Photo credit: @arishapiro/NPR) #nprontheroad
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adisada : @msrubi13 @saffron430, Ari Shapiro is so darn cute!!
hollymelissac : @alilubslui I WISH!
_hillary : I remember the first time we saw Ari Shapiro on TV, my husband said, "who knew he was so fabulous?"
pdavid : @jessicallee @elizslee yes
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mckizzanator : Ari you are good looking have a great voice inspiring stories and a fabulous "NPR" name! โ™ก
vasyfille : @jodyj yeeeesssssssssssssss
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“It feels like time has stopped.” Keep your eyes and ears open as this imperfect murder is slowly revealed. Link in profile. (Credit: Chicago Tribune historical photo)
likeforsure : @vintagewarrior dope ass photo
pdk_bxny : #dapper #predators #chiraq #chitown #roaring
clayfriendman : @drbeastwood
marijkem : @gnarmac
sodacityjenni : Leopold and Loeb?
wondrox : So cool @jrellison1979 @jackiebajuk @keepitnative
squishface : This is an incredible feature (the link in yr profile) - thoughtful and hip and bite-sized all at once. Thanks! More!
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Thieu Patrice, Tan Benjamin and village chief Gueu Denis of Gahapleu, Ivory Coast, are volunteers trying prevent the spread of Ebola from Liberia. They are not armed. They have no gloves or masks. The link to full story from NPR's Planet Money is in our profile. (Photo credit: @radiogrego/NPR) #ebola
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jtimhill : Brave men
fishwrecker1 : These men are all of themselves to helping their community. We in America could learn a lot from them. Truly inspiring.
raiderchick19 : โค๏ธ
karol3pt : ๐Ÿ™such very brave men, the people who help and work day in and day out are the true heroes .. Sending prayers and thanks
jetpack_jungle : Stories of Africa that go unreported in mainstream media...
rsommers : Praying they stay healthy.
alyj24 : @elburgvb ๐Ÿ˜Œ
appreferee : We do all kind of other stuff, I wonder why we can't scrounge up some gloves and masks for these soldiers trying to help their people?!!
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Baby Sesay, 45, is a traditional healer in the small village of Ruyail in Sierra Leone. She treated a child who later died, apparently of Ebola. Now she is sick and being held in a facility for possible cases. As this photo was taken her body seized up and she nearly collapsed. The link to the full story is in our profile. (Photo credit: David Gilkey/NPR) #ebola #sierraleone #nprontheroad
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veryclere : All part of gods plan, right?
sgnakano : So sad.
astegema : Terribly sad
lisamlangshaw : Prayers
alanasugars : We are in the year of The Shemitah! Ebola is horrific! GOD bless your people!
jetpack_jungle : Africa is the anchor of the planet. Its where every country goes to back up its currency, supply it resources and fill its coffers...whether it be minerals or men. Africa has survived since the beginning of time and will continue to thrive.
hanoofalajmi : @discover__our__world in this account, each picture has a real story to it.
discover__our__world : @hanoofalajmi what a beautiful account! thanks for sharing ๐Ÿ˜ !
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Middle school social studies teacher Joshua Weinstein at the controls of a Cessna 172 Skyhawk above northern New Jersey. He says he had wanted to be a pilot since he was in first grade. The link to the full story is in our profile. This is part of the NPR Ed team's series on the secret lives of teachers. -------- Tell us about the Secret Lives of Teachers – share your own story or tell us about a teacher you know. You can tag your stories on social media with #secretteachers or drop an email to (Photo credit: @elissanad/NPR)
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elysemjones : My high school English teacher husband has been a pilot since the age of 16. What, teachers can't have hobbies and a life outside the school. It's hardly a secret.
ehsdesign : @tailpp
marianimagines : Or a story
azrunnergirl : It is to their students! When I taught kindergarten the kids were sure I slept in the reading corner or the room because that's where the pillows were!
a_n_g_e_l_i_n_a__g_r_e_y_e_r : In Russia work project "Michael Jackson in my heart". New video "You in my heart". To say world!
una_riggs_ : @origgs99 it's real ahhh
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_honesty_honestly : @iphonegiveaway10 got me a free iPhone
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Several years ago, South Carolina had a problem: a shortage of skilled workers and no good way to train young people for the workforce. So at a time when apprenticeship programs were in decline in the U.S., the state started a program called Apprenticeship Carolina. After working as an electrician in the Air Force, John Harris was hired into an apprenticeship program at Cooper Standard, an auto parts manufacturing factory, where they combine classwork at the local community college in Spartanburg, S. C. with on-the-job training. Here, Harris makes a weld during class. (Photo credit: Mike Belleme for NPR) You can read more about manufacturing in the U.S. in our American Made series on! #americanmade #manufacturing
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kurtdg : They still have a problem. Washington state Boeing workers are paid to fix Carolina work.
mewhitford : @wkeesler1
jwb1961 : We need this everywhere!
loojane : @jlishamer this is what I was talking about!
shannonkrik : Bring this to texas and arkansas! Highschool kids are going to college with no degree plan, and no idea there are other options
miket1099 : This is the best thing I have heard in a long time trades are@the vest thing in this country the back bone. Kids need to know these jobs are there and be taught how to do them
eyesofzorro : Such a shortage; answer to some of the unskilled problems we have in Africa!
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All Things Considered hosts Robert Siegel and Melissa Block broadcast live on election night from NPR's headquarters. (Photo credit: @jameswhuclark/NPR) #nprparty
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nomadichabit : I was streaming you guys from South Africa!!! Thanks!!!
zogerdy : They have bodies!
liberrian : And Happy Birthday to Morning Edition :)
mattrenner : @skeddy
amariefree : @tiney_bopper
rachaelpaigedavis : I always imagined the npr folks in pajamas...
ant_eye_christ : You guys are awesome. America is lucky to have an institution like NPR and we are all lucky NPR has such great people! Wish you would have had better news last night, though! Thanks for all your hard work! See you on the radio!
blakegc : Voices of reason. Faces to match.
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Everything is quiet in Studio 32 at NPR HQ as we prepare for election night. Check out the link in our profile for more election excitement. Photo credit: @jameswhuclark/NPR) #nprparty
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ohemmaline : @gingeralford @kittenbutter
capnlan : Election Day! (Or as Colbert called it "Why Are Those Old People Lined Up Outside The School?" Day.)
niedesrochers : Plus grand que notre studio hein @pastroptot ?
braytonl : That board do @giant96
dr_zu : @fabieloz
alimtinlin : @karatinlin @katharineboscoe
aaron_skiles : The broadcast clock! @99percentinvisible
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Happy Election Day! Here’s a peek at our 1984 broadcast where our results boards were made of paper. To see what coverage looks like now, join the NPR Election Party tonight. The link is in our profile. (Photo credit: John Keator) #nprparty
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songbird1111 : @murryelizabeth21 apply for an internship here. Pretty please. ×o
bexza : @hacassinari
livvywat : Amazing!
nasir.qadree : #VoteorShutUp
flylittlerobin : yet there is another NUNN on the board! @npr
tylerkaschke : Holy crap. Hard to believe this was the year Mitch McConnel was elected to office. How are there not term limits?
sisterabe : So many of us asking that tonight @tylerkaschke
lulabella9 : @elena_grace I thought that was your dad for a second!
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