Associate degrees may offer quicker return on students' investment

09/18/2012 | Tennessean (Nashville), The

Research looking at graduates of public colleges and universities in Tennessee found that students earning two-year degrees make more money early in their careers than those with bachelor degrees. In the first year of their careers, the graduates with associate degrees earned about $1,400 more. However, students with four-year degrees still earn more money over the course of their careers.

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