The return to education isn't calculated easily
The Regional Economist, 2010, issue Jan, 12-13
Most studies estimate that the return to each year of education is about 10 percent. But calculating the financial gain is not a cut-and-dried process. Even more difficult is calculating the nonmonetary return.
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