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  1. Thanks for your reply! Not sure what it's like in the US, but here in Canada if you get a government job, you pretty much get a guaranteed job for life, early retirement and a fat pension. For this reason, I'm wondering if MPA is better than M of Planning. I don't know enough about planning career trajectories in Canada to decide.
  2. Trying to decide between a master of planning and public admin/public policy. Anyone have any idea of whether the job prospects are better for MURP or MPP/MPA graduates? Also wondering if there's any intel on Queen's MPA vs MURP. MPA is only one year and MURP is two. It's the same 1 vs 2 years at Waterloo. I realize this is a subjective question: but is the two year MURP degree a better credential?
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