Over 60% of jobs in the U.S. will require a degree by 2018
Workers with associate's degrees earn about $8,000 more per year on average than high school graduates.
Workers with bachelor's degrees earn about $24,000 more per year on average than high school graduates.
Unemployment rates for high school graduates are about 90% higher than people with bachelor's degrees.
Bachelor's degree holders earn an average of $1 million more in a lifetime compared to high school diploma holders