Thinking about working toward a bachelor's degree? Consider this: according to the latest information available from the U.S. Census Bureau (2005), U.S. workers with four-year degrees earn nearly double what those with high school diplomas earn. The average income for those with a bachelor's degree in 2005 was $51,206, while the average individual with only a high school diploma earned just $27,915.
Pursuing you bachelor's degree is easier than ever, thanks to the Internet and a plethora of online universities that offer undergraduate degrees. Distance learning, as online degree programs are often called, provides great convenience and value.
Work toward your bachelor's degree at your own pace--and around your busy schedule--from your home, while receiving all the same support you would get if you were on campus. From admissions and financial aid counseling, to guidance from your online instructors and help with job placement later on, online universities offer it all.
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