Does people who graduate college typically earn more than those who don t?

College-educated workers enjoy a substantial wage premium. The wage gap between university graduates and those with less education has continued to widen 6 days ago.

Does people who graduate college typically earn more than those who don t?

College-educated workers enjoy a substantial wage premium. The wage gap between university graduates and those with less education has continued to widen 6 days ago. In many schools, the answer is no. Three years ago, in an exam that should have received much more attention, the center-left study center Third Way collected all available data from all higher education institutions.

It found that in 52 percent of schools, more than half of those enrolled earned no more than the typical high school graduate six years after starting their studies. After 10 years, the figure was still 29 percent. The question of who earns more income than high school graduates shouldn't be the only one that college buyers consider. The department describes income data as “the proportion of people who received federal student aid, worked and weren't enrolled in school, and earned more than the typical high school graduate six years after entering college.

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Vanessa Shelly

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