HBCU Black males earn more than Black males at other colleges! A ha!

 

HBCU black male graduates earnings go beyond black male graduates of other schools
 
             It’s always great to be at a black college. It has been
 
known that black men who earn degrees from historically
 
black colleges and universities have earned more money
 
than attending other institutions. Just think of a Black
 
college as a network where people come together
 
and tell what they know for one thing. Then another
 
person tells what they know for another thing.
 
To go along with that education, is netowkring.
                       
            This study on black men making more
 
at Black colleges rather than other colleges is based on researchers
 
from Virginia Tech.
 
          The findings on the economic impact of HBCUS are described
 
in the Study The Wage Earnings Impoace of Historically Black
 
Colleges and Universities” which is in the Southern Economic
 
Journal.
 
           The wages of Black males increased 1.4 percent to
 
1.6 percent faster per year after attend HBCUs rather than
 
going to those other colleges. Any increase is a great increase.
 
It’s better than staying the same I know that.
 
         Researchers even analyzed data from National
 
Longitudinal Surveys, which collected info at different
 
points in time on the financial situation of men and
 
women from 1979 and 2004. They created earnings
 
profiles of people over time and looked at the impact
 
HBCU attendance has on intial post college earnings,
 
current wage data and the average annual growth
 
rate of wages.
 
        Previous studies on the earnings of HBCU grates
 
had conflicting results. A 1994 study shows that
 
up to 12 percent wage loss for HBCU graduates
 
compared to graduates of other schools. The 1995
 
study said HBCU graduates earned 38% more than
 
Black graduates at other schools.
 
          My guess of why this is. TEAMWORK.
 
Working together amongst our Black people
 
helps us to succeed.
 
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