Syracuse (WSYR-TV) -- With college costs on the rise, more and more young people are beginning to question whether the cost of a four-year degree is worth it.
A new study from Georgetown University could be part of that conversation. According to the study, there are at least 29-million jobs for people without four-year degrees – and at least a million are unfilled.
The jobs pay middle class wages – almost half pay more than $50,000 per year. But there is a catch. Most of these jobs still require you to get some sore of apprenticeship, training or post-secondary certificate.
On the web –Georgetown Study