How many of us working in technology grew up with the belief that the path to success begins with a college degree? It was said so often in the 60 years between the end of World War 2 and Y2K that many young adults considered college a necessary extension of primary school. Yet there was also a payback for those that earned their degrees. According to this survey which came out in January, workers with college degrees made an astounding 56 percent more (on average) than those without. That’s down from a similar study in 2011 that put the gap higher at 84 percent.
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