A degree translates to higher income, but how much difference does it make which school you attend and what you major in?
By Landmark News Service
Monday, October 8, 2012 at 5:00 am (Updated: October 8, 5:00 am)
Virginia students and parents now have a new source of information about the potential economic value of a college degree.
It’s long been clear that higher education translates into higher income. But how much difference does it make which school you choose? And which major?
Potential answers to those questions are now available online.
A huge database that went online Oct. 4 reveals wages earned by recent Virginia college graduates, broken down by school and major.
A few samples of what you can learn:
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