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  • US adults question the value of a college education
  • US adults question the value of a college education
    Annie Spratt (2018) ©
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US adults question the value of a college education

Amid rising student loans and concerns over ‘elitist’ admission policies, the proportion of Americans who see value in a college education is falling. Brands may be able to step in by offering accessible learning opportunities and helping people develop their skills to better their career prospects.

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