Fees: Money paid for services or privileges, such as tuition fees for education.
Wages: Payment to employees for their labor, typically on an hourly, weekly, or monthly basis.
Degree (Grade): An academic or professional qualification earned after completing a program of study or a level or extent of something.
Worthwhile: Something that is valuable and justifies the time or effort invested in it.
Wisdom: The ability to make wise judgments and decisions based on knowledge and experience.
Buck (dollar): An informal expression that refers to one U.S. dollar. For example, "five bucks" means five dollars.
Source: The Economist