Sunday, May 28, 2017

Report: Americans Value College Degrees But Say Higher Ed Falls Short on Delivering Promises - Sri Ravipati, Campus Technology

Top survey findings include: Slightly more than half (51 percent) of respondents agree that there are well-paying jobs that do not require a college degree; However, there still is widespread agreement across groups that a college degree carries weight in the job market, with 75 percent of respondents answering that it is easier to be successful with one than without one; Most respondents want to see changes made in higher ed, with just 25 percent answering the system is “just fine the way it is” and helps students succeed;

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