Study: Texas community-college grads earn more than high-school peers

10/25/2013 | San Antonio Express-News

Students with associate degrees from Texas community colleges earn more than their peers who have only high-school degrees, according to a new study from the Nexus Research and Policy Center and the American Institutes for Research. The study included data from 579 of the state's two-year colleges and found that median earnings for graduates -- over the course of a career -- were $259,000 more than earnings of those with high-school diplomas.

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