How Education Really Pays Off

Getting a job that pays well is a great way to improve your life. But if you want a career with a dreamy salary, you have to get the right degree first.

When you’re looking for a school program, how do you know which program and degree you need to make a living? It’s hard to figure out if the time and money you put into your education will pay off.

The good news is that any level of professional degrees can help you get a higher paying job as long as your education applies directly to the job you want.

This infographic shows the average pay of an employee with different levels of education, and also digs deeper, showing the potential starting salary for someone with degrees in various industries. When you know what you want to study, check out how much you could make after you attain your degree. When you decide on a career path, contact our Admission Consultants to get started on your path to a higher paying job!


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Alton Hill: From Graveyard Worker to Graduate

Alton Hill’s enthusiasm is contagious even through the phone as he talks about his transition from high-school-educated worker to a junior network computer engineer at Hakott, Inc. in California. Working another grave shift at a dead-end job on New Year’s Eve in 2011 was the push he needed to change his career path. “I realized I was working so hard, but I had nowhere else to go at that point,” he explains. Gaining more skills was his only option for improvement.