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College degree doesn’t mean more money: America’s career coach

Alternatives to four-year college degrees like trade and technology schools continue to rise in popularity as enrollment declines and young adults figure out that they can make more money without the hefty price tag of higher education.  America’s career coach and “From Paycheck to Purpose” author Ken Coleman told FOX Business host Maria Bartiromo on “Mornings with Maria” that a recent Georgetown study found that the number of people that are making more money from attending trade school than their four-year degree counterparts is growing.

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