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STEM Associate's Degree Pays Better Than Liberal Arts Bachelor's
US News and World Report
People with an associate's degree in a STEM field earn more than those with a bachelor's degree in education or liberal arts, according to new data released Thursday by the United States Census Bureau.
An adult with an associate's degree in engineering earned an average of $4,800 monthly in 2009; someone with a bachelor's degree in education earned an average of $3,800.
For the first time ever, more than 30 percent of Americans 25 and older have earned at least a bachelor's degree.