Case Study The Opportunity Cost Of A College Education

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1. State one supply-side and one demand-side factor causing higher college tuitions. The increase in supply for loans has increased, adding higher prices for college tuition. Over the past few decades, more individuals have gone to college, increasing the price. The demand for jobs, however, has decreased over time. The amount of individuals graduating and recieving a job after graduating has flacuated over the years. Depending on the the degree, some individuals are unable to find a job suitable for the degree they have. 2. What is the opportunity cost of a college education? The opporunity cost for most college graduates is not going to work first thing out of high school. College grads tend to work in small jobs until they can graduate,
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