A lot has been written and reported in the press about the rising cost of higher education, and it’s true that the cost has generally risen – especially for traditional, four-year, residential students. However, there is some good news! In spite of the rising costs, there is also overwhelming evidence that earning a college degree still pays off interns of employability, future earnings and as a buffer against unemployment.
The reality is that employers value college degrees, and there is a surplus of jobs that require them. By getting your bachelor’s degree, you’re not only opening up countless doors for your future career path, but helping to increase your earning potential and prevent possible unemployment.
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