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There are many factors that will affect a persons life The most important of these factors is whether or not one has a college degree There are many reasons why obtaining a college degree has such a strong influence on ones life A college education can open many doors in a persons search for a career People that have attained a college degree are hired in at a higher pay and are considered to be much more employable This means that a college graduate would be more likely to be offered employment than another who did not attend college or did not attain a degree The unemployment rate for a person with less than a high school diploma is more than three times that of a person with a college degree US Department of Labor College will also assist in preparing a person for a career in a particular field In a vast majority of highly specialized jobs if one does not have a college degree there is little to no possibility of securing a career in that chosen field College will give a person the tools to succeed in the field of their choice These tools would not be available to most people who do not attend college Another aspect that should be considered is the fact that people with a college degree will earn 650000 more over their lifetime than someone who does not have a degree US Deptartment of Labor As a persons level of education increases so does their income level For example In Massachusetts the average income for a high school graduate is 46523 A person who has a bachelors degree has an average income of 81026 For persons with a masters degree the average income increases to 96519 US Census Bureau As one can see there is a substantial increase in the average income between a person with no degree and one with
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