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Unformatted text preview: difference in salaries for a regular college degree and a high school diploma is slowly decreasing, but later speaks of how a college degree still receives a higher salary. Uchitelle points out that as more and more students attend college, the degrees required to be successful become increasingly higher. No longer is a bachelor’s an easy ticket to money. Uchitelle notes, “among the college-educated a noticeable number with bachelor’s degrees are showing up in jobs that seem to require only a high school education” (1). Within the article, a Mr. Heckler takes it a step further when he says, “many people with bachelor’s degrees did not develop the skills in college that employers are looking for in college graduates” (2)....
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- Spring '08
- Academic degree, Bachelor's degree, Uchitelle, LOUIS UCHITELLE