4 Degrees That Are Better to Earn at a Community College

By Kelsey Sheehy, US News Education Contributor

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A college degree is a clear advantage in a competitive job market, but a bachelor’s degree isn’t the only ticket to a good living.

Careers in fields such as health care, manufacturing and information technology offer median earnings of up to $55,000 or more for graduates with an associate degree, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics.

And, in some cases, a two-year degree or technical certificate can offer students a better return on investment than a four-year degree.

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