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  • noun Plural form of nongraduate.

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Examples

  • In both graduates and nongraduates of college, the survey found strikingly accurate assessments of the earnings value of a college degree.

    Key Education Issues Dividing Public, College Presidents, Study Finds

  • All of these occupations are, or soon will be, closed to nongraduates.

    A Matter of Degrees

  • All of these occupations are, or soon will be, closed to nongraduates.

    A Matter of Degrees

  • I would object to a situation in which all political decisions were left to university graduates; but I hope that no one will, on reading that statement, leap to the conclusion that I believe university graduates should be forbidden to take part in political life, or that nongraduates should be made the "chief policy analysts" in our society.

    Embryonic

  • There was also a notable discrepancy in what college graduates and nongraduates considered the threshold for being rich: people with college degrees said they would need to make $200,000 annually, while those who didn't graduate from college said $100,000 was enough.

    Yahoo! News: Business - Opinion

  • While the government's white paper on higher education released in June, "Students at the Heart of the System," did acknowledged that there was "far more to higher education than financial benefit," it also noted that on average, graduates "earn more than nongraduates," and should help to "finance the system."

    NYT > Home Page

  • Kids deserve to be told the truth about the academic, economic (college graduates earn nearly half a million dollars more than nongraduates over a lifetime), and emotional tradeoffs of high school sex -- even if they don't always heed our advice.

    ParentDish

  • Kids deserve to be told the truth about the academic, economic (college graduates earn nearly half a million dollars more than nongraduates over a lifetime), and emotional tradeoffs of high school sex -- even if they don't always heed our advice.

    ParentDish

  • Colleges trumpet the statistic that, over their lifetimes, college graduates earn more than nongraduates, but that's terribly misleading.

    deCOMPOSE

  • Colleges trumpet the statistic that, over their lifetimes, college graduates earn more than nongraduates, but that’s terribly misleading.

    America’s Most Overrated Product « Isegoria

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