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Return On Investment (ROI): Bachelor & Associate Degrees


College tuitions and school expenses continue to climber higher and higher which can be un motivating; asking themselves do they really need a Bachelors degree let alone any education. Is a degree still a good investment, especially if there is a possibility of you going into debt for the education.

Here is what I found after some online research on Bachelor and Associate degrees and rather or not they are worth obtaining; what is the ROI (Return On Investment)?


Associate Degrees: Two-year degrees seem to result in a substantial investment payback. When compared to a High school graduate, the two years Associates Degree is definitely a step in the right direction toward financial stability.

Bachelor Degree: Here is where you will need to do a little research. The majority of any bachelor degree will be a great return on your investment (ROI) However, if you are considering education degrees you may want to do some research before making the investment.

A degree in a Liberal Arts or Social Sciences: Make sure to combine what your passionate about with a career field that is financial rewarding. The current trend in employment career positions is all about mixing majors. Instead of abandoning your pursuits of a Liberal Arts or Social Sciences degree (which on average does not seem return your investment very well) make it a minor and combine it with a booming major.

"Learning is not attained by chance, it must be sought for with ardor and attended to with diligence."
Abigail Adams, 1780


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