Almost 97% of the Good Jobs Created Since 2010 Have Gone to College Grads

Here’s more proof on why a degree is usually worth it

In case you needed more evidence that getting a college degree is generally a good idea, Georgetown University is out with a new report that underscores how important a diploma has been in this recovery.

Of the 2.9 million “good jobs” created during the recovery from 2010 to 2014, 2.8 million — or 97 percent — have gone to workers with at least a bachelor’s degree, according to Georgetown’s Center on Education and the Workforce. Good jobs were defined as those with median annual earnings of more than $42,700 (in 2013 dollars), placing them in the top of three tiers according to wages of the occupations in which they’re classified. For a full-time, year-round worker, these jobs pay more than $53,000 annually.

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2016-11-08T12:34:06+00:00 August 16th, 2015|