Actualizado: mar 1
Article written by www.workandmoney.com
In the past 20 years, the number of Americans age 25 and older with a master’s degree or a doctoral degree has doubled. As of 2018, the 13.1 percent of Americans who hold an advanced degree earned on average 3.7 times as much as those who had not completed high school.
Those with degrees from community colleges or state universities tend to settle relatively close to their alma mater. Graduates of elite colleges tend to head for the big city and may even move hundreds of miles away for their career. This results in some areas of the country attracting large numbers of college graduates... (to continue reading visit the original article at workandmoney.com)