Are there too many ‘Doctors’?

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Higher Education

In our society significant emphasis is placed on higher education, specifically the number of levels of higher education.  At one point in time, having a high school diploma was sufficient for most professions, and a college degree made you stand out and put you in line for management of some sort.  Doctorate level education was reserved for professionals such as Physicians and Dentists, or career academics like college level professors. As more and more people went on to college and obtained degrees, the Bachelor’s degree replaced the High School diploma as the entry level of higher education and the Master’s degree was conferred upon those who sought more advanced training in specific fields and wished to further their careers.

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