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If she keeps that salary over a 10 year period she will single-handedly and significantly be bringing up the overall ROI on a Charlotte degree.

Quote from: ninermike on June 22, 2015, 01:21:55 pmIf she keeps that salary over a 10 year period she will single-handedly and significantly be bringing up the overall ROI on a Charlotte degree.No.If there are 120,000 or so alums, one alum with a salary like hers would raise the average salary of all alums by fractions of a percent. I'd hardly call that significantly bring up the overall ROI

Quote from: Ninercentral on June 22, 2015, 01:50:35 pmQuote from: ninermike on June 22, 2015, 01:21:55 pmIf she keeps that salary over a 10 year period she will single-handedly and significantly be bringing up the overall ROI on a Charlotte degree.No.If there are 120,000 or so alums, one alum with a salary like hers would raise the average salary of all alums by fractions of a percent. I'd hardly call that significantly bring up the overall ROIGood point. It comes out to barely over $207 per alum per year, which of course is about 2 tenths of 1 percent for those making $100,000 a year and 1 percent for those making $20,700 a year.

Quote from: 49r9r on June 22, 2015, 06:17:29 pmQuote from: Ninercentral on June 22, 2015, 01:50:35 pmQuote from: ninermike on June 22, 2015, 01:21:55 pmIf she keeps that salary over a 10 year period she will single-handedly and significantly be bringing up the overall ROI on a Charlotte degree.No.If there are 120,000 or so alums, one alum with a salary like hers would raise the average salary of all alums by fractions of a percent. I'd hardly call that significantly bring up the overall ROIGood point. It comes out to barely over $207 per alum per year, which of course is about 2 tenths of 1 percent for those making $100,000 a year and 1 percent for those making $20,700 a year. Stop trying to make Ninermike look bad, you a-hole.

Quote from: 4ever niner on June 22, 2015, 07:02:43 pmQuote from: 49r9r on June 22, 2015, 06:17:29 pmQuote from: Ninercentral on June 22, 2015, 01:50:35 pmQuote from: ninermike on June 22, 2015, 01:21:55 pmIf she keeps that salary over a 10 year period she will single-handedly and significantly be bringing up the overall ROI on a Charlotte degree.No.If there are 120,000 or so alums, one alum with a salary like hers would raise the average salary of all alums by fractions of a percent. I'd hardly call that significantly bring up the overall ROIGood point. It comes out to barely over $207 per alum per year, which of course is about 2 tenths of 1 percent for those making $100,000 a year and 1 percent for those making $20,700 a year. Stop trying to make Ninermike look bad, you a-hole. Bullshit. I was just doing the math.

lol, we're our own worst enemies sometimes.