Research findings indicate that individuals who pursue higher education enjoy an elevated quality of life and demonstrate a greater focus on physical well-being. Additionally, these individuals possess the ability to access health insurance, ultimately leading to an extended lifespan.
Princeton, NJ (The CTP News) – Can a supported correlation be found between individuals’ educational achievement and their lifespan? According to research, in rich countries, education level transcends gender and race to become the main factor affecting life expectancy. Take the United States as an example. Americans with a college degree have an average life expectancy of 10 years longer than those who dropped out of junior high or high school.