More Education Equals Higher Earnings In Life

October 1998
Jet;10/05/98, Vol. 94 Issue 19, p46
States that college graduates in the United States will make thousands of dollars more than high schools graduates by the time they retire. What high school graduates are paying more attention to; Percentage of 1997 high school graduates enrolled in colleges or universities during the fall, according to the US Bureau of Labor Statistics; Indication that more of these students are women than men; Options of most students.


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