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2-year degrees that go on to earn the least money
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2-year degrees that go on to earn the least money

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In the face of expensive tuition fees and potential debt, students may seek other opportunities outside of education. While workers with an associate's or bachelor's degree do earn more on average, there are some relatively high-paying careers out there for people without a college degree.

Two-year degrees do not always lead to jobs that pay well, even if they are professionally satisfying. Stacker found some of the lowest paying options, using data from Payscale.

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