Sunday, November 8, 2015


The figures below represent household income before taxes and the highest level of education that someone in the household has attained determines classification.

The difference between those who only complete high school and those who complete their bachelor's is striking: more than twice as much income.
What's more: the average out-of-pocket cost for tuition, room, and board at a four-year public institution is roughly $19,000 this year. The difference in income between a high school graduate and college graduate in one year alone -- $45,000 -- justifies the costs of going to a four-year public university.

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