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EDUCATION AT A GLANCE: New OECD Report Finds That Education Pays in the United States More So Than in Most Countries Article

October 17, 2011

An individual with a college degree earns 79 percent more than a person with only a high school education in the United States, the sixth-highest “wage premium” among the thirty-four countries in the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) and significantly higher than the OECD average of 50 percent.

WINNING BY DEGREES: New Report Examines How to Improve College Degree Attainment Rates at U.S. Higher Education Institutions Article

November 29, 2010

To reach the goal of producing one million more college graduates a year without increasing public funding, U.S. higher education institutions would need to improve their degree completion productivity by an average of 23 percent according to a new report from McKinsey & Company.

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