Half of U.S. adults without degrees want more education

From The Chronicle: “Nearly half of American adults without college degrees think they need additional education to advance their careers — and just over half said they will likely pursue that education in the next five years. That’s according to a new survey of 350,000 adults from Strada Education Network and Gallup. The level of interest in higher education is a potential dose of good news for colleges amid grim enrollment declines over the past few years. But the adults hoping to seek more education reported that they were most likely to do so from employers, instead of colleges or universities.”

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