Does It Pay to Study at State?

Data: PayScale, Integrated Postsecondary Education Data System

A college degree usually means higher pay than a high school diploma does, though some schools fail to deliver. After subtracting the cost of getting a degree, here’s the average amount by which the average 30-year earnings of an alum of each state’s public universities differ from those of a high school grad.

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