9.2 years ... graduate is likely to live how many years longer than a high school
dropout? .... How much money does a high school dropout make in a year?
Here are five statistically proven facts about high school dropouts. ... If you don't
have a high school education, there aren't many well paying jobs out ... They're
also twice as likely to live in poverty as someone who graduated from high school
. ... that dropouts will an average of nine years shorter than people who grad...
Sep 21, 2012 ... That's a full $10,386 less than the typical high school graduate, and $36,424 ...
18 and 24, dropouts were more than twice as likely as college graduates to live ...
for two years and I still make as much as a high school drop out.
High school graduation and dropout rates have long been used as indicators of
... Graduates are more likely to be employed than dropouts, and their wages ...
High school graduates also tend to live a longer and healthier life than dropouts.
They say many successful people never graduated from college and that ... 
College graduates, on average, live six years longer than high school graduates.
... year old high school drop-outs were 63% more likely to be incarcerated than ...
high school are over six times as likely to be in poor or fair health as those ... fact,
many researchers hypothesize that the added stress burden of racism .... On
average, college-educated men live 6.8 years longer than men who have not
graduated ... high school graduates, and more than twice that of high school drop
Non-high school graduates earned median income of $480 per week in early ...
Massachusetts dropouts earn almost $10,000 less per year than high school ...
the average dropout earns considerably less over a life-time and spends longer
... much more likely to be incarcerated than those with more education (Center for
Economic Recession More Likely to Impact High School Dropouts. Not only do
employed high school dropouts earn less than employed high school graduates,
high school ... over the lifetimes of just one year's worth of dropouts if those
students had graduated. ... economic conditions—high school graduates live
Feb 11, 2014 ... College-educated Millennials also are more likely to be employed full time than
their ... But today's high school graduates are doing even worse, both in ... ages
25 to 32, fully 22% with only a high school diploma are living in poverty, .... 27
weeks) and more than twice as long as similarly educated early ...
www.commissiononhealth.org/PDF/c270deb3-ba42-4fbd-baeb-2cd65956f00e/Issue Brief 6 Sept 09 - Education and Health.pdf
Education can influence health in many ways. This issue ... College graduates
can expect to live at least 5 years longer than individuals who have not ...
Children whose parents have not finished high school are more than six times as