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Education is the Way Towards Long-Term Increased Earnings

It’s well known that education is one of the major factors towards a good salary, but choosing the right degree can help to boost long-term earnings as well as increase career opportunities. Having a good qualification also means that the likelihood of periods of unemployment is reduced, whilst building on qualifications over the long-term will reflect in regular salary increases.

Whether you’re starting off on a college degree course or considering career change it’s important to recognize that the right educational qualifications are key towards a good annual salary.

College grad vs high school

If you want to get financially ahead then the answer is to obtain a degree. It’s estimated that a college graduate will earn 60% more over the lifespan of their career than those with a high school diploma. Another major factor towards long-term earnings is that graduates, although not immune from unemployment, are less likely to have trouble finding well-paid work, than those without higher education qualifications. These factors are a major reason why so many people decide to go back to school in later life to study for qualifications that will help to expand their career choices and increase…

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