Associates Degree or Cert in CTE Leads to Higher Earnings
Policy Brief from the Center for Poverty Research is featured in Campus Technology

Campus Technology, November 30, 2015

People in California who earn a career technical education (CTE) degree or certificate from a community college earn more money — an average increase in income of 33 percent or 13 to 22 percent overall, respectively. Those are two findings from a research project undertaken by the Center for Poverty Research at the University of California, Davis.

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