Eye on Education

NPR: College Degree Pays Off Well Into Retirement Age

A recent study from the Institute For Women’s Policy Research shows those with a postgraduate degree often make triple the money of their peers with only a high school diploma. And that’s just after age 65. Part of the reason is those with college degrees are staying in the workforce longer.

It’s been said that having more education usually leads to higher pay. A study suggests the advantage continues even into retirement years. That’s in part because those with more education tend to stay in the work force longer.

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