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The Outcome is Income

College graduates may earn $1,000,000 more than high school graduates in lifetime earnings.
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College Graduates had an unemployment rate of 4.1% in 2012 compared to 11.2% for high school graduates.

10% of adults born in poverty eventually earned over $91,000 per year with a 4-Year Degree.
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Sources: 
College Board – Education Pays, 2013
Georgetown University – The College Payoff, 2011.

4-Year degree holders earn an average of $21,100 more annually than high school graduates.

The poverty rate in 2011 was 5% for college graduates compared to 14% for high school graduates.
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47% of adults born in poverty that did not obtain a 4-Year Degree remained in poverty.

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2-Year degree holders earn an average of $9,400 more annually than high school graduates. 
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College graduates are more likely than high school graduates to obtain employment that offers retirement benefits, tuition reimbursement, a health savings account and commuting costs.

  

 

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