The Benefits Of Expensive College Tuitions

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Expensive college tuitions take away opportunities for many young qualified people: If they are unable to go to college, they have a lower earning potential. According to the National Association of Colleges and Employers, in 2015, the average salary for a college graduate with a bachelor’s degree was around 45,000. According to College Atlas, half of college dropouts have incomes lower than 35,000. To support this, I found additional information from another source, the Bureau of Labor Statistics, which presented a chart showing the median weekly earnings of people with different degrees, or no degrees. All college degrees had median weekly earnings around 1,000, and if you do the math, you’ll find that that’s around 50,000 a year. People
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