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Let’s be honest.


Some people love learning and don't mind spending many years in school and paying into the six figures for their education. And by all means, if you are one of them, more power to you!


I, for one, enjoy learning... but I also have my limits and am certainly not willing to pay an arm and a leg for a degree either.


Or perhaps you’re more like a majority of the population who look at education as a core necessity, a way to get ahead and move beyond your current position in life.


I get that too.


In fact, ABTU’s 100% online and accredited programs are designed mainly for those looking to get in, out, and on with life with the least amount of time and money invested.


But whichever side you may fall on, the reasons for pursuing a higher education are clear.



A recent study conducted by the Federal Reserve shows that those with a college education have the potential of making on average $830,000 more in a lifetime than someone with only a high school diploma or some college.  


And another recent study (below) illustrates how college degrees and certifications can impact your career earnings potential fresh out of college.




These stats alone make a pretty compelling case for taking a serious look at what a higher education can do for your career potential.


ABTU, as a career oriented university, offers several areas of study on this list in all levels, meaning you can determine to what degree you impact your earning potential simply by engaging in a 6 month certification, finishing an Associate Degree with credits you’ve already earned elsewhere or even going for your Bachelor’s or Master’s degree.  


If you have yet to do so, or it has been awhile since you’ve visited, be sure to check out the opportunities that await you at ABTU by clicking the button to visit our Programs Offered page.

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Feel free to get in touch with us to discuss your options. We’ll be glad to help assist you.

What are your thoughts about the research studies? Does this impact how you think about pursuing higher education? Let me know in the comments below!