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How Much Is That Psychology Degree Worth?

Tinsldr2 Wrote: Jan 29, 2015 10:32 AM
Since you and I said the same thing compcon, it is always good when we agree.
In response to:

How Much Is That Psychology Degree Worth?

Tinsldr2 Wrote: Jan 29, 2015 10:29 AM
Just an example Ann herself has an undergraduate degree in History She used that to go on and get a Law degree, but it is unlikely we would know her name and she would have made a fraction of the money she has, if she didn't have the degrees. Not that she was not smart and capable without them, or that she learned information she could have taught herself, but the degrees opened doors
Going to college with a career in mind avoids the useless degree. Also have a way to pay for the degree other then massive student loans. GI bill is still a great way to go and has helped many students and is the way I did it. Another way is to have parents who can afford to send you, which is how my son is doing it. There are GREAT careers for non-graduates , construction, plumbing, mechanics, Military etc. And there are wasted degrees such as "women's studies". But the averages speak for themselves.
The Federal Reserve Board of San Francisco released a report today that sought to answer whether or not it is still worth going to college. The report’s conclusion is, yes, going to college is still worth it. The report said there is an $830,000 difference between getting a college education over just a high school diploma. “Although other individual factors might affect the net value of a college education, earning a degree clearly remains a good investment for most young people. Moreover, once that investment is paid off, the extra income from the college earnings premium continues as a net gain to workers with a college degree. If we conservatively assume that the annual premium stays around $28,650, which is the premium 20 years after high school graduation for graduates in the 1990s–2000s, and accrues until the Social Security normal retirement age of 67, the college graduate would have made about $830,800 more than the high school graduate. These extra earnings can be spent, saved, or reinvested to pay for the college tuition of the graduate’s children.” “Although there are stories of people who skipped college and achieved financial success, for most Americans the path to higher future earnings involves a four-year college degree. We show that the value of a college degree remains high, and the average college graduate can recover the costs of attending in less than 20 years. Once the investment is paid for, it continues to pay dividends through the rest of the worker’s life, leaving college graduates with substantially higher lifetime earnings than their peers with a high school degree. These findings suggest that redoubling the efforts to make college more accessible would be time and money well spent.” http://www.forbes.com/sites/troyonink/2014/05/05/federal-reserve-college-education-worth-830000-more-than-high-school-diploma/
Thank you for proving my point and you level of intelligence
Two meth addicted parent who are male and female are not better the two same sex parents who are sober professionals It depends on the parents
and you know this how? Did you read the case?
wow eddie you can obviously argue the case better then the lawyers for Alabama You have such a deep understanding of the law of course lawyers for both sides would laugh you out of court if you said but hey it sure sound good,,,,,,, If you know nothing of the case
The evidence says a two parent household is better, From the article "For instance, children in two parent families score higher on standardized tests and in intact families children are less likely to repeat a grade or be subject to disciplinary action in school. Children are more likely to better off economically if raised by married parents as married adults make more money than unmarried adults
let us display your level of intelligence I bet you did not read the case for yourself
So eddie is agreeing with me, the author meant that men and women are NOT equal and eddie objects to equality Of course some women are better at sports then some men what law is there that protects women and not men?
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