Benefits of education, Microeconomics

Benefits of Education

There are two ways in which benefits are mainly classified:

1. Direct benefits

2. Indirect benefits

Both of these can accrue in the context of private as well as social benefits. Further, the benefits can either be in monetary or non monetary terms. The latter are in fact referred to as returns from education.

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