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The conventional wisdom is that we live in a knowledge economy with an ever-growing need for skilled workers. The assumed passport into the knowledge economy has been a college degree; with that piece of paper you would get a good job and live a middle class lifestyle or better.
While vocational careers are available to those without a college degree, those careers have been perceived as “inferior.” Unfortunately, in today’s economy, these beliefs do not conform to reality and can contribute to unnecessary hardship.
This whitepaper will provide insights into the U.S. Department of Education College Scorecard data that will:
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Our industry relationships give students access to state-of-the-industry technology being used in the field today.
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