6.14.H Compare annual salaries of several occupations & the effects on lifetime income

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Mathematics
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6.14.H: Personal Financial Literacy

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3 questions
• Q1
The table shows the average annual salary for four jobs. Based on this information, how much more will an elevator technician make than a librarian over 10 years?
\$17,493
\$174,930
\$126,307
\$1,263,070
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• Q2
The table shows the average annual salary in dollars based on the minimum level of education required for two occupations. Based on the average annual salaries in the table, how much more would an accountant earn than a tax preparer over a 30-year career?
\$880,200
\$112,740
\$1,251,000
\$3,382,200
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• Q3
Yvonne is researching the effect of education on annual income. A summary of her research is shown in the table. Based on the data in the table, how much more does a person with an associate’s degree earn than a person with only a high school diploma over 10 years?
\$6,916
\$747,240
\$69,160
\$74,724
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