How Much Money Do College Graduates Make as Opposed to Non-College Graduates?

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College graduates make a significantly larger amount of money than non-graduates do across a large number of industries. Find out how much money college graduates make as opposed to non-graduates with help from an experienced business professional in this free video clip.

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Hi, my name is Latoya Lo, and today I'm gonna answer the question how much do college graduates make opposed to non-graduates. Research has found that non-graduates make about 25 to 30,000 dollars. Graduates make about 35 to 45,000 thousand dollars. The reason for this is because it shows that you have discipline and you also have a little bit more knowledge then the non-graduate. Also, when companies are hiring they like to know what your network is and if you're a college graduate your network is the college that you have gone to. You have more of an alumni to go back to. If you're a non-graduate do not let this defeat you as I am proponent of education. I also believe that you can work your way up in a company if you have the work ethic and if you're coachable. So don't limit your own personal expectations because you don't have a degree but I do suggest that you do go get a degree because it will put you in the race to make 45,000 instead of the 25,000.


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