The growing disparity has become a source of frustration for millions of Americans worried that they-- and their children -- are losing economic ground. College graduates, on average, earned 56 percent more than high school grads in , according to data compiled by the Economic Policy Institute. Since the Great Recession ended in , college-educated workers have captured most of the new jobs and enjoyed pay gains. College grads have long enjoyed economic advantages over Americans with less education. But as the disparity widens, it is doing so in ways that go beyond income, from homeownership to marriage to retirement. Education has become a dividing line that affects how Americans vote, the likelihood that they will own a home and their geographic mobility.
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Graduating high school is an accomplishment, and not an easy feat. And then having only a couple hours in the rest of the day to hang out with friends and family, eat dinner and go to bed, only to wake up early the next day and do it all over again! So should college be any different? Is college easier than high school? You might be among the many who are planning to go to college but are nervous, even hesitant, about entering yet another difficult school regime.
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I really liked your answer. But for the record, no one follows the rules of society anymore anyways. More and more people are realizing that they can do whatever they want as opposed to earlier generations where things like this were unethical. I just thought I'd make that point cause its just a trend I've been picking up over the years. Times are changin.
By Heather Fishel. There are new rules, some of which are unspoken and not so obvious. Here are 5 things that seniors have learned about college dating; freshmen and freshmen-to-be, take note!