Much of the attention around rising college costs and loan debt has focused on students who never earn a credential, with conventional wisdom holding that they wasted time and money in the process. But a new study found that attending college typically isn’t a waste of time, even for students who fail to graduate. The research found “very substantial increases in employability and income” for this group of former students, who attended community college or a four-year institution,...

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  • Randa H.
    Randa H.

    Since she was 16 in the retail field! She did not like the college scene and as it worked out, they wanted her to become Manager of the store and she accepted! She was 20 years old! She bought her first new vehicle which was a Jeep Cherokee! She made $23,000 a year and this was in 2005! She then moved into the Banking world and had been there 10 years and has many responsibilities and makes $46,000 a.year and with the next retirement she will become the Assistant Manager if the Main and Branch institutions!

  • Randa H.
    Randa H.

    I agree with the study! My daughter went to a 4 year college working toward her certification as an EMT which was a year long program! She had worked since

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