There's little doubt that a post-secondary education leads to better earnings in the long-term. However, many question if these earnings are enough to overcome the costs of a college degree. Two economists at the Federal Reserve Bank of New York have a simple answer to the question, 'Is college worth it?' That answer is yes. In fact, both bachelor's and associate's degrees carry an average return on investment of roughly 15 percent, even in today's uncertain economy. Read the full article here.