Pittsburgh Institute of Aeronautics students Tyler Clark and David Hink simulate removing an engine with instructor Paul Eisenhart at the Hagerstown campus. Photo: Joe Crocetta/Herald-Mail
A two-year degree in nursing or a technical trade can lead quickly to a middle-class wage, reports Forbes in a story on top trade schools.
Payscale estimates a $52,500 early career median salary for a nurse with an associate degree. That’s more than 75 percent of four-year graduates earn.
There are lots of opportunities for people with technical skills as baby boomers retire.
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