Back in the day graduating from college was a big deal – getting a master’s degree was for overachievers. Now that more and more people are getting college educations and prolonging their college experience by getting a master’s degree its worth has gone done. Don’t get us wrong, it’s still a really big deal, but in this day and age and with this economy – is it really worth the time and money?
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The results are based on data from sources in the United States (The Wall Street Journal, The U.S. Census Bureau and The Georgetown University Center on Education and the Workforce), but the results are similar to findings about the relationship between pay and post-secondary education in Canada.
What trends do you see higher education professionals dealing with, as online education programs continue to grow? What key skills do you think will be required? And how can we train people for the challenges that come with this new educational environment?