Economics @ ITT

For-profit college students end up with lower earnings

Posted in economics by ittecon on July 3, 2012

In a new working paper filed with the National Bureau of Economic research, a statistical analysis of for-profit college students show that earnings are significantly less than students who attend comparable nonprofit schools. The study found that “income in 2009 is approximately $5,500 lower for students starting at for-profit institutions than for students starting at not-for-profit/public institutions.”

Study: For-profit college students end up with lower earnings | The Raw Story.

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