Your Guide to Responsible Borrowing: Part Four 12/29/2011 Welcome to part 4 of Your Guide to Responsible Borrowing. Today, we’re looking at the value of an education.According to the U.S. Department of Commerce, U.S. Census Bureau EDUCATION PAYS! Workers with a bachelor’s degree earned an average of $53,976.00 in 2010. By contract, those with some college or an Associate’s degree earned an average of $39.884.00 during the same period; a difference of 74%. The average earning of those with just a high school degree in 2010 was $32,552.Undoubtedly, the investment you make in your education is a sound investment, but how can you maximize the benefit while minimizing your long term debt?Stay Tuned for Part 5: Taking Control of Your Future! https://www.argosy.edu/our-community/blog/your-guide-to-responsible-borrowing-part-four

Your Guide to Responsible Borrowing: Part Four

Welcome to part 4 of Your Guide to Responsible Borrowing. Today, we’re looking at the value of an education.

According to the U.S. Department of Commerce, U.S. Census Bureau EDUCATION PAYS! Workers with a bachelor’s degree earned an average of $53,976.00 in 2010. By contract, those with some college or an Associate’s degree earned an average of $39.884.00 during the same period; a difference of 74%. The average earning of those with just a high school degree in 2010 was $32,552.

Education Pays

Undoubtedly, the investment you make in your education is a sound investment, but how can you maximize the benefit while minimizing your long term debt?

Stay Tuned for Part 5: Taking Control of Your Future!

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