Author: Ray Schroeder
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By Jeffrey R. Young, EdSurge
American adults who never completed college but who’ve earned a professional certificate are more likely to be employed and earn more than those without such certifications, according to a new analysis of Gallup polling data. Those with no degree but a certificate reported a median annual income of $45,000, compared to $30,000 for those with no degree and no certificate. But the amount of the boost varies widely by profession, and it is more pronounced for men than for women.
What Adults With Certificates But No College Degree Say About Their Job Experiences