By Andrew Magliozzi, AdmitHub
Remember how much we talked about college when we were in high school? Teachers emphasized it; colleges sent ambassadors to talk to our classes; we even had a counselor whose entire job it was to help us make our college decisions.
These efforts should be applauded. There’s no question that a college degree equates to higher incomes, on average, among American workers. Some studies put the income difference as high as 74% between high school and college educated workers. There’s hardly anything more valuable a high school educator can do than encourage a student to attend college. Continue reading