IU study: Non-traditional students can expect notable wage increase if they continue their studies

Researchers at the Indiana Business Research Center at IU’s Kelley School of Business found that adult students — those who enroll in postsecondary institutions when they are 25 years or older – earned $1,000 more in annual wages after attempting 25 to 36 college credit hours, compared to those who attempted fewer than 12 college credit hours.

Figure 3: Wage Gains from Academic Pursuit and Attainment

Figure 3: Wage Gains from Academic Pursuit and Attainment

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