College certificate programs leading to high-paying jobs, study says
A new study says there are ways you can change careers and make more money without getting a college degree.
The study by Georgetown University’s Center on Education and the Workforce, says post-secondary certificate earners can average $240,000 more over a lifetime. Some of them, actually make more than those with a four-year degree.
ABC7’s Cynne Simpson talked with Stephen Rose, a research professor at Georgetown University, about these findings.
For more information, visit http://cew.georgetown.edu/certificates/.
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