A college degree may do more than help you earn more at your job — a new study suggests it could also be linked with better health, the Huffington Post reports. The study, published in the American Journal of Public Health, shows that earning a bachelor’s degree before reaching the age of 25 is linked with having fewer symptoms of depression and having a higher self-rating of health, compared with people who don’t have a college degree before 25. The effect also held true for people who attained an associate’s degree before reaching age 25 and who later went on to receive a bachelor’s degree, according to the study…

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