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How much are students earning after they’ve achieved postsecondary certificates from various U.S. institutions? New data released from the Department of Education, based on information reported for gainful employment regulations, can begin to answer that question.
According to the data release, which encompasses about 3,700 postsecondary institutions, graduates of certificate programs at public institutions typically earn almost $9,000 more than graduates of comparable programs at for-profit colleges. In addition:
This data will be used to calculate debt-to-earnings rates that help individuals determine their likely return on investment from postsecondary education. Starting in January, institutions must disclose costs, graduation rates and alumni earnings by program, per gainful employment standards.
Posted by Catherine Imperatore on 11/21/2016 at 08:19 AM in Data and Research, Postsecondary Issues | Permalink
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