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The desire for more affordable, accessible and flexible education has spurred immense growth in online education.
According to Forbes, the global online learning industry is growing by millions of students each year and the industry is expected to grow to $331 billion by 2025. On the other hand, according to EMSI labor analytics, traditional on-campus degree completions are in decline—experiencing a 4% decrease from 2012–2018.
An accounting degree might seem straightforward. It probably calls to mind spreadsheets and tax forms. But that’s only part of the picture. As technology advances and the financial landscape becomes more complex, there are a growing number of careers for accounting majors—CPA or not.Read More >
Industries today are becoming more complex and interconnected. Employers are looking for people with deep subject matter expertise. They’re also looking for professionals with extensive interpersonal skills who can lead their organization forward. This combination is emblematic of master’s degree holders, which is why it’s not surprising that completions of master’s degrees increased by 31% between 2008 and 2018.Read More >
The demand for accounting graduates is obvious—with nationwide job growth for accountants and auditors projected to be 11.2% by 2029, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics. This growth necessitates a strong pipeline of accounting graduates. However, not anyone can become an accountant—there’s very specific coursework required to join this growing field.Read More >