The average annual income for a high-school dropout in 2005 was $17,299, compared to $26,933 for a high-school graduate, a difference of $9,634.
(Source: US Bureau of Census, 2006)
 
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  • 500,000 (estimated) people in South Carolina DO NOT have a high school diploma
  • 52% of high school students do not finish in 4 years
  • The average yearly income for a high school dropout in 2005 was $17,299, compared to $26,933 for a high school graduate, a difference of $9,634. Source: U.S. Bureau of the Census, 2006.

 

 

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