2-year tech degrees pay off

Community college graduates with technical degrees start work at higher wages than four-year graduates. While some bachelor’s degree graduates catch up after a few years, nearly 30 percent of “middle skill” workers earn more than the average four-year graduate. But only 10 percent of U.S. workers have vocational certificates and associate degrees compared to 24 percent of Canadians.

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  1. This is true! And why the public four year universities have been attacking the private two year vocational colleges for years in state legilatures across the country. They’re trying to get their state governments to legislate their competition out of existence, with ridiculous rules and whatnot that the public four year universities don’t have to abide by… (how funny that is, eh?)