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College Graduates Earn Twice as Much as High School Graduates

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According to a new study by the Arizona Board of Regents (ABOR), college graduates are earning twice as much as high school graduates. In an annual report produced by ABOR on wages earned by graduates within the Arizona university system, they found that high school graduates earn a median wage of $27,708 while college graduates earn a median wage of $53,091.

You can check out the annual report and read our analysis, and find out what we’re doing to help, here.

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