What Is A Graduate Earnings Premium?

The graduate earnings premium describes how much more a graduate can expect to earn in a career than someone without a degree. There has always been a big difference between the earnings of university graduates and their nongraduate counterparts. The exact figures change each year, and the earnings premium can even decrease occasionally. However, the […]

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Graduate Earnings Premiums From Independent Schools: What You Should Know

The important links between a graduate student’s earning premium and the student’s independent school have a greater impact than many students consider as they pursue their college degree. Although this correlation has been suspected for some time, prospective graduate students should evaluate the potential future impact of their current educational decisions based on all available […]

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What is an Associate’s Degree?

There are many reasons why up to 20 percent of students never even finish high school, let alone go on to seek postsecondary credentials. For those students who aspire to continue their education, they automatically join an elite smaller group with advanced career potential. The next step up the educational ladder after high school graduation […]

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What is a Bachelor’s Degree?

A bachelor’s degree is the standard college degree earned at a college or university after four years of study. The requirement for earning the degree is usually 120 credits in a semester system or 180 credits in a quarter system. Another name for the degree is the baccalaureate, which is a Latin term meaning “student […]

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What is an Associate’s Degree?

When considering attending college, it’s important to understand the differences between the many types of degrees and certificates which you can apply for. While bachelor’s and master’s degrees are a bit easier to understand, it’s not always clear as to what an associate’s degree is and what it can do for your college education. Here’s […]

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