Education officials in Montgomery County, Md., announced that a study of the class of 1993 found that students in the high schools' vocational and technology classes are making more money, on average, than their classmates who completed the traditional, academically oriented curriculum.

Voc-ed and tech-ed students earned an average of $21,444 annually in 2000, compared with $19,560 for other students who attended college and less than $19,000 for students who attended junior college.


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