Workers with only a high school education

27 September, 2013

Workers with only a high school education face not only more limited job prospects but also lower wages, lower prestige and more limited career advancement pathways. The skills and knowledge necessary for higher-skill and higher-wage jobs are not naturally acquired through time and experience in low skills jobs. Although some low skills jobs can lead to success for some people, this is not the norm. If individuals want to have a foothold in the middle class, then they will need to pursue additional education and training to access middle and high skills jobs.


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