Check out this interesting article from NPR about a "new study from Georgetown University's Center on Education and the Workforce finds a growing number of people without a bachelor's degree are now out-earning those with one. The study found that in the years 2017 through 2019, on average, 16% of high school graduates, 23% of workers with some college and 28% of associate degree holders earned more money than half of all workers with a bachelor's degree." - Elissa Nadworthy, "You don't need a bachelor's degree to land a high-paying job"
The articles discusses factors that affect income other than education level and how trade school, apprenticeships, and associates degrees can lead to higher income than a bachelors degree. Click here or the image below to read the full article!