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Reinvent Yourself:

Discover the Rewards of Education





Individuals who attend college earn more as a result of their higher levels of education. In fact, college graduates earn more than twice as much as high school graduates.

College graduates with a bachelor’s degree earn 80% more per year than those with only a high school degree.






2-    SOCIAL BENEFITS OF Education


  • College students are more satisfied with their careers and daily life.
  • College students have higher self-esteem and more self-direction.
  • They are better at solving problems and handling day-to-day decisions.