Aug. 18, 2023, 5:23 p.m. | /u/fabulous_praline101

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I’m a data scientist with a degree in math. I’ve been looking around for master’s degrees that I would be interested in with my line of work and learning disability.

I recently saw someone talking about a university and they called it a “diploma mill” implying it’s one of those schools that are so easy, people get them just to get them.

My question is, is this a thing? Do employer’s or recruiters look down on certain school’s because they’re …

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