Institutions Seek to Spur Interest in Workforce DevelopmentDecember 13, 2016 | :
by Jarrett Carter
Online career support company Sokanu recently surveyed nearly 22,000 college graduates to find answers to one of higher education’s most pressing questions: can you earn a degree in a field that you love and make money doing it?
The results of the survey were less than surprising; jobs that are among the most in-demand and high-paying among employers are among the least popular among college students, and degrees with the lowest levels of earning potential are among the programs attracting the greatest number of students.
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