Attending college can make difference! According to the US Bureau of Labor Statistics, bachelor’s degree holders earn about 65% more per week than those with just a high school diploma. Here are other reasons why attending college is a good idea:
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- Expand your potential earnings
- Create long-lasting relationships and professional connections
- Network for better employment
- Achieve job security
- Explore different career options and discover your interests
- Experience independence
- Learn valuable skills and improve them
- Access better job benefits
The median weekly earnings or the moderate amount in a data set for people with an associate degree was $963 per week in 2021. That’s an increase of $154 per week or over $8,000 more yearly than those with only a high school diploma. Workers with a bachelor’s degree earned a median of $1,334 weekly, $525 more per week than workers without a postsecondary education, and an increase of more than $27,000 per year.
Flexible Online Degrees
With STONEPILEllc‘s innovative online construction training, you can get the skills, experience, and credentials to launch a lucrative career without putting your entire life on hold. Forget about having to relocate, a costly commute, or spending hours in some stuffy classroom. This is modern education on your terms.
STONEPILEllc‘s construction leaders will be trained to Analyze, Communicate, and Executive at every step, relying on values-based training in Humility, Honesty, Respect, and Freedom.
STONEPILEllc provides the opportunity for an Associate in Applied Science in Construction and/or a Bachelor of Applied Science in Construction Management, allowing students to gain marketable construction and leadership skills while enjoying the fullness of a 2- or 4-year degree.
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STONEPILEllc‘s open enrollment allows admission any time, with a start date at the beginning of any of the three semesters each year.
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