Yes. The average college graduate makes significantly more money than a high school graduate.
The average high school drop out makes $10,000 per year.
Here are some figures from the US Census in the year 2000: Professional Degree $109,600 Doctoral Degree $89,400 Master's Degree $62,300 Bachelor's Degree $52,200 Associate's Degree $38,200 Some College $36,800 High School Graduate $30,400 Some High School $23,400
I have 2 years ex. with a heart and vascular clinic what is the going pay rate if i decide to relocate to a different cardiologist office
$40-60,000 more starting, or if in medicine about $300,000 more per year
Because when you graduate college or high school your mom isn't going to make dinner for you.
~I THINK SO AND I THINK YOU HAVE TO BE A COLLEGE GRADUATE AND THEN YOU CAN ENTER THE PRO WRESTLING SCHOOL~ ~MARIZELA~NO YOU DONT HAVE TO GRADUATE COLLEGE AND YOU MIGHT OR MIGHT NOT HAVE TO GRADUATE HIGHSCHOOL TO MAKE IT PRO
High school sports do not pay
The minimum requirements to graduate from high school, is to have at least a 2.5 GPA. If you have any GPA lower than that, you will have to retake the classes to make up for it. How do I know this? I have been a high school teacher for more than 10 years.
No, "they" - I'm guessing your school - cannot "make" you graduate.
No. You'll have to make up those missed credits before you can walk the line and graduate.