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Earn More, Pay Less – Graduate College on TimeJun 29, 2012
CNN – If the benefits to graduating college in 4 years instead of six included paying less and earning more, would you try to graduate college sooner? According to the University of Tennessee’s Center for Business and Economic Research, college students who graduate on time earn an average of $6,000 more when they enter the workforce. There are several reasons for this including starting work two years earlier, a belief among employers that those who finish on time have greater abilities, and often more college accomplishments on their resumes. Unfortunately, only 26% of all college students graduate on time. The good news is that students who graduate in 6 years still earn more than students who don’t graduate at all. For more, reas How Graduating on Time Pays Off.
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