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6 million in discounted lifetime earnings are lost by the almost 300 individuals who die prematurely each year in New Hampshire as the result of excess alcohol consumption.
People with bachelor's degrees average around 76 percent more lifetime earnings than workers whose education stopped with a high school diploma.
The action comedy film, which stars Salman Khan and Sonakshi Sinha in the lead roles, has finally surpassed the lifetime earnings of "Jab Tak Hai Jaan" in India.
Today's bachelor's degree holders can expect median lifetime earnings approaching $2.
Offline households are missing out on average savings of pounds 560 per year from shopping and paying bills online, access to hundreds of thousands of new jobs advertised online every year and the chance to increase their lifetime earnings by over pounds 12,000.
Choosing primary care over a specialty career costs physicians an estimated $2,700,000 in potential lifetime earnings and wealth, maintains an analysis by Duke University, Durham, N.
The writer mentioned the old College Board study that showed an $800,000 difference in lifetime earnings of a college graduate vs.
If the class of 2009 had graduated all of its students, there would be added lifetime earnings of $5.