Higher Salaries: Earn More During Your Career
Studies prove it: continue your education after high school and you're likely to make more money than people who stop at high school. As an example, a college graduate can afford to buy a large, flat-screen TV in 1–2 months while a non-college graduate might have to work for 3–4 months to buy the same TV.
Skills for Today's Jobs: Have More Options
Today, more jobs than ever before require specialized training or a two- or four-year college degree. More education means more choices, and that means more opportunities for you.
Fast Fact: It's estimated that by 2014, 90% of the fastest-growing careers will require some postsecondary education.
Job Security: Keep Working
Your high school diploma is useful. But a college degree decreases your chance of unemployment by nearly 50%. A two-year degree or even some college can have a positive impact on your ability to keep working, too.
Fast Fact: The higher your education level, the higher your chances of finding and keeping a job.
More Benefits: Get the Important Extras
There's more to a job than a paycheck. Jobs for college graduates typically offer more and better benefits than jobs requiring just a high school diploma. These can include health insurance and retirement plans you may not get at lower-skill jobs.
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