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Here’s how much you could earn with a better education

Thinking about going back to school? You should know what you’re getting out of your investment.



a woman wearing a hat: What you could earn with a better education


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What you could earn with a better education

Tuition doesn’t come cheap, and the price of learning keeps rising every year. The average annual cost has tripled since the late ’80s.

We pulled U.S. census data from 2018 — the latest year with figures available — to see what kind of salary you can expect to receive in each education level as a man or woman over the age of 25. We also looked up which jobs in those levels pay the most, using 2017 numbers from the Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS).

Wondering how your salary stacks up? Curious about how much extra schooling you’ll need to get a job that pays what you want? Want to know how much more (or less) members of the opposite

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UT Tyler professors earn patent for unique exercise ball



a vase sitting on top of a wooden table: The Tai Chi Ball was developed by Yong Tai Wang, dean of the UT Tyler College of Nursing and Health Sciences, and Chung Hyun Goh, UT Tyler assistant professor of mechanical engineering.


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The Tai Chi Ball was developed by Yong Tai Wang, dean of the UT Tyler College of Nursing and Health Sciences, and Chung Hyun Goh, UT Tyler assistant professor of mechanical engineering.

TYLER, Texas (KLTV) – Two UT Tyler professors have been awarded a U.S. patent for a unique exercise device.



a man sitting at a desk: Yong Tai Wang, dean of the UT Tyler College of Nursing and Health Sciences, demonstrates movements with the Tai Chi Ball on Thursday, Oct. 1, 2020. He created the ball with Mechanical Engineering Professor Chung Hyun Goh. The pair have been awarded a U.S. Patent for their invention.


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Yong Tai Wang, dean of the UT Tyler College of Nursing and Health Sciences, demonstrates movements with the Tai Chi Ball on Thursday, Oct. 1, 2020. He created the ball with Mechanical Engineering Professor Chung Hyun Goh. The pair have been awarded a U.S. Patent for their invention.

The Tai Chi Ball was developed by Yong Tai Wang, dean of the UT Tyler College of Nursing and Health Sciences, and Chung Hyun Goh, UT Tyler assistant professor of mechanical engineering.

It’s designed to support mental and health exercises and

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DVIDS – News – Eleven RHCE medical professionals earn the Expert Field Medical Badge

KAISERSLAUTERN, Germany – Eleven Soldiers from Regional Health Command Europe earned the Expert Field Medical Badge during a ceremony Sept. 23 at Rhine Ordnance Barracks in Kaiserslautern.

Statistically across the Army, only around 20% of those who compete earn the badge which is designed to test Soldiers both physically and mentally during 144 hours of testing.

A total of 128 candidates competed in this iteration of EFMB, which was hosted by the 30th Medical Brigade. Not only did it include Soldiers from across U.S. Army Europe and RHCE, but three international competitors from Kosovo and two from Italy. Of the 128 that started the competition, only 27 earned the right to wear the badge.

Brig. Gen. Mark Thompson, Regional Health Command Europe’s commanding general and the U.S. Army Europe command surgeon, spoke at the award ceremony.

“Each Soldier receiving their EFMB today poured their heart and soul into this competition,”

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