Survey: Financial Issues Keep Many Adults from Pursuing EducationJanuary 25, 2018 | :
Vermont Business Magazine A new survey from Champlain College Online (link is external) says that while most adults see the value in higher education to prepare them for advancement in the workplace, ongoing concerns over incurring student debt and affordability are the major barriers to returning to school to complete a certificate, associate degree or bachelor’s degree.
The Adult Viewpoints 2017: Online Learning and the Back-to-School Decision Survey, conducted by Full Circle Research—a national market research firm—reveals significant new findings on how U.S. adults ages 23 to 55 perceive the value of higher education, the barriers and motivators for them to return to school, and the quality of online learning.
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