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    Infographic: Is College Still Worth It? A big deciding factor for people who want to attend college is tuition. Annual tuition is expensive and it has risen four times faster than general inflation rates. This is proven by the statistic that 75% of Americans agree that tuition is too expensive. Though it may be expensive to get a degree, you can get a lot more out of it. By getting a bachelor’s degree, it is worth $821,956 more than a high school diploma

  • Vitus Feldmann

    Should You Go To College, Is It Worth It? - Infographic

  • Shannon Jones

    Stories about students with post-secondary degrees working in restaurants and retail are all too common. Human resources experts admit that while a Bachelors degree would make an applicant stand above the field 10 years ago, that advantage is all but gone now. Despite high costs in the United States in attaining a four-year degree, proponents of post-secondary education argue that it pays off in the long-term. Take a look at this infographic on the value of a college education. By Degree ...

  • Deborah Hall-Hertle

    Is college worth it?

  • Ben White

    Is College Still Worth It? | #education #infographic repinned by @Piktochart. For when the 12th grade kids start wondering.

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