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College Degree Advantages
Fewer social costs
Better career options
More tax revenue
Higher earning potential
More volunteering and voting
Associate’s degree advantages
An associate's degree provides credentials that increase annual earnings by an average of $7,200.
Over a lifetime, individuals with associate's degrees earn $693,600 more in salary than those with high school diplomas.
An associate degree can be earned at a two year college, a career college, and even some four-year universities.
Earning an associate degree often means a lower risk of unemployment.
The economic benefit of getting an associate degree before going to a four-year school can add up to nearly $50,000 over 20 years.
earn up to 27% more than those with just bachelor's degrees.
It can prepare a student to enter a specific career field by providing him with in-depth training in that field.
earn up to 35% more than high school graduates.
Joining the military.
comprehensive health care
services and support groups
special pay for special duties
Patriotism, defending our nation, and a sense of duty.
health and dental benefits
cash allowances to cover the cost of living and money to repay your college loans.
They pay for your college
Reduced tax revenue
Increased Likelihood of Legal Trouble.
Lack of access to higher education
Higher incarceration rates
Poor health outcomes
Not a lot of job options
usually make less money