Attrition Rates for First-Generation Higher Education Students and the Impact on Equality in Lifetime Earning Potential

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In current times, the general public frequently discusses income inequality across demographic factors such as race, disability, and socioeconomic background. Within this discussion is a need to address the rising trend of poor retention rates for higher education students. With many high-paying jobs often including higher education requirements, a degree can become a key to unlock doors to a greater lifetime earning potential. 

Yet, as many undergraduate students are finding, completing a four-year degree program can be a difficult task when campus culture and course focuses have not caught up with the shifting demographics and preferences of first-generation higher education

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