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Harvard's Class of '71 may have looked like the most anti-establishement group ever to go through Harvard, but a study released last fall by the Office of Career Services and Off-Campus Learning showed almost 90 per cent of the 1000-member class ended up in some kind of graduate study program.
The other 13 per cent is concentrated in banking and financem, teaching, journalism and computer programming.
...And here's why
The statistics for the Class of '71 may not be so surprising. The average annual income of the Law School Class of '51 is $97,200, a study for its 25th reunion showed.
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