A table showing average spending on select goods and pre-tax income in 2019, comparing individuals under age 30, living alone, those who paid at least half of average provincial tuition to those who paid no tuition. Individuals that paid tuition had higher average rents that were $1,179 higher and food bills that were $595 higher than those that paid no tuition. Those that paid tuition had pre-tax incomes of just $26,598, compared to $44,629 for those that paid no tuition, a gap of $18,031.