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According to a 2013 study by the U.S. Department
of Labor, the average weekly income of those with
a bachelor’s degree was 70 percent higher than the
income of those with a high school diploma alone.
In his or her lifetime, a person with a bachelor’s degree
stands to earn $1 million more than someone with only
a high school diploma. Holding an advanced degree
can double or even triple your lifetime earnings. Such
statistics leave no question that your college education
is an investment that will pay off. At TROY, you won’t
need to spend a fortune to earn a highly respected
degree. From numerous available scholarship programs
to flexible and affordable financial aid options, our
admissions and financial aid counselors are here to help
you decide which programs fit your needs.
EDUCATION PAYS
WARRIORS
ARE
SUCCESSFUL
UNEMPLOYMENT RATE %
Doctoral degree
Master’s degree
Bachelor’s degree
Associate degree
High school diploma
2.2
3.4
4.0
5.4
7.5
MEDIAN WEEKLY EARNINGS IN $
Source: U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, Current Population Survey 2013
1,623
1,329
1,108
777
651
Ivy J. and Tonya M., Proud Alumni,
Successful Business Leaders,
Lifelong Friends
Aaron G., Criminal Justice Graduate,
Attorney
By earning a TROY degree, you join the
ranks of more than 140,000 Trojan alumni
worldwide and are prepared with the
skills necessary for success, not only in
making a living but also in making a life.
Nicole P., Alumnus,
Chief Financial Officer
Mica R., Student
Social Work.
Alumnus and Alabama Teacher of the Year, Phil Rodney Wilson
says everything he knows about teaching was learned at TROY.
Alumnus Clint P. works in sales for
the world’s largest plastics recycler.
Brad A., Alumnus,
Certified Registered Nurse Practitioner
Dan R., Alumnus
Human Resource Management.
Small business owner.
Graduate student Shelia B.
received her undergraduate
degree from TROY in counseling
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