To Get A Degree, or Not To Get A Degree

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According to a new study by Northeastern University, 83 percent of Americans believe that college is a good investment. The research found that people think a college degree is still crucial in finding a job, getting promotions, developing personally, gaining a global perspective, having success throughout life and ultimately achieving the “American dream.” Additionally, the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics projected that between 2010 and 2020, a rising number of occupations will require a college degree.

These days, traditional classrooms aren’t the only way to earn a degree. In the United States, technology advances currently allow 6.7 million college students to take at least one course online. This is an all-time high and reflects that enrollment online has grown by 568,000 students per year since 2003.

A majority of Millennials think that online degree programs offer the same quality of education as a more traditional route. For a generation that grew up with computers, online learning seems like a natural fit. Take a look at this infographic from OnlineDegrees.com.

To Get A Degree, or Not To Get A DegreeSource: OnlineDegrees.com

 

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