68% of employees said a bigger salary is one of the biggest reasons for considering college

Survey:

What do your employees really think about going back to school?

A new independent survey, commissioned by College for America, reveals that 68% workers identify a better salary as their primary motivator for a degree, and financial considerations and scheduling as their biggest hurdles.

Get the survey results to see:

· The most important considerations for choosing a college

· The most and least important priorities for pursuing a degree

· What kinds of schools employees would consider attending,

View the full results to learn how many employees are encouraged to earn a degree, tuition assistance awareness, the best ways to encourage employees to go back to school, and more.

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