Pew analysis explores earnings gap among young adults

02/12/2014 | ABC News

There is a widening earnings gap among young adults with and without college degrees, according to an analysis by the Pew Research Center. Data show those who only hold a high-school diploma earn 62% of the salary earned by young adults with bachelor's degrees. Even amid rising tuition costs, about 86% of young adults who borrowed money to attend college said their degrees are worth it.

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