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Get Competitive: Increase Your Hiring Potential with a Bachelor's Degree

Get Competitive: Increase Your Hiring Potential with a Bachelor's Degree

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We all know that the best way to get ahead in your career is to advance your education. But really, what can a Bachelor’s degree do for you? If you are going to spend a few thousands dollars of your money and four years of your time, you want to make sure you are going to get something great in return. Well, you are. A Bachelor’s degree is more than a piece of paper or letters behind your name. With the four year of schooling comes knowledge, experience, and networks that will take your career to the next level. How can a Bachelor’s degree change your career? Check out how a Bachelor’s degree affected these popular healthcare careers.

Medical Assistant

With a Bachelor’s Degree: Up to $15.39/hr.
With an Associate Degree: Average of $12/hr.

Registered Nurse

With a Bachelor’s Degree: Up to $78,000/year
With an Associate Degree: Average of $56,000/year

Clinical Laboratory Technician

With a Bachelor’s Degree: Up to $51,731/year
With an Associate Degree: Average of $31,403/year

Physician Assistant

With a Bachelor’s Degree: Up to $102,421/year
With an Associate Degree: Average of $71,873/year

Speech-Language Pathologist

With a Bachelor’s Degree: Up to $67,955/year
With an Associate Degree: Average of $48,514/year

Healthcare Administrator

With a Bachelor’s Degree: Up to $104,110/year
With an Associate Degree: Average of $62,137/year

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