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Author Topic: The Death of the Bachelors Degree  (Read 1017 times) Average Rating: 1
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« Reply #45 on: March 06, 2014, 06:16:00 PM »

In Texas, the median wage for holders of an Associate degree is $11,000 more than holders of just a Bachelors degree.

Note: Texas is not the whole world.
just the employed part of it.
empty rhetoric - why post it?
Living in Illinois, having been to TX and knowing those who have gone IL>TX, not empty at all.  Therefore I posted it.
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