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The U.S. Census The average increase in lifetime earnings

Research area

Bachelor’s degree Biological Agricultural and Environmental Sciences

$2288000.00

$5435000.00

$3511000.00 Business

$2563000.00

$4013000.00

$3535000.00

Communications

$2333000.00

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Biological Agricultural and Environmental Sciences

$2288000.00

$5435000.00

$3511000.00 Business

$2563000.00

$4013000.00

$3535000.00

Communications

$2333000.00

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Liberal Arts and History

$2046000.00

$4088000.00

$2705000.00

Literature and Languages

$2083000.00

$3874000.00

$2755000.00

< Physical and Related Science

$2527000.00

< Visual and Performing Arts

$1966000.00

$3042000.00

$2545000.00

Gross Lifetime Income

$2383923.08

$3957923.08

$3347000.00

Table 2: Earnings vs. Higher education costs

$963076.92

$26929.23

$11603.55

$24694.28

$2244.10

$966.96

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