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Posted: 26 Oct 2016 02:05 AM PDT
Fox Business shares some data that highlights the value of education. The highlights:
Based on the assumption of a 40-year work history (from age 25 to 64) and using 2011 dollars for its example, the Census Bureau finds that full-time workers' lifetime earnings capacity soars as their education level rises. Non-high school graduates with a ninth through 12th grade education level and high school graduates in its example bring home $936,000 and $1.1 million in earnings over their lifetimes. Individuals with at least some college experience netted an average of $1.6 million, while those with an associate's degree brought home $1.8 million over their lifetime.
The data showed that people graduating with a four-year bachelor's degree earned an average of $2.4 million over their lifetime in 2011 dollars, with people attaining a master's degree bringing home $2.8 million. More specialized degrees, such as a doctoral or professional degree (for example, law or engineering), led to lifetime earnings of $3.5 million and $4.2 million, respectively.
To summarize, average lifetime earnings are:
Several thoughts on this info:
Overall, this data seems to clearly show the value of an education, especially one done right (the lowest costs possible and the highest earnings possible). Anyone think differently or like to support what's above?
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