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Written May 24th, 2010
Categories: Financial Aid
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No matter what the level, we know that having a college degree often means a higher salary. However, what if you are in a “dead end job?” You feel that with an education this could change. Problem: You need money in order to make more money.

The article “Dead end job? Get a grant for going back to school” explains the income differential among jobs with and without a college education. Here’s an excerpt:

The national median difference in income if you have an associate’s degree is $9,201 more than if you only have a high school diploma according to The National Center for Higher Education Management Systems. Getting a bachelor’s degree can provide a bigger income boost; according to the NCHEMS study, the national median difference in income is $21,455 more than a typical salary earned by someone with only a high school diploma.

Find out if there is grant money available to you! For the complete article from, click here.


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