Survey Reveals a Heightened Sense of Financial Insecurity

Diverse Issues in Higher Education

A new Champlain College Online survey reveals that people of all ages feel financially insecure, but are willing to invest in training and education to advance their careers. Laurie Quinn, interim president of Champlain, discusses these findings and how they impact the college's educational offerings; among other things, she mentions an increased interest in lower-cost, stackable credentials (such as certificates), and partnerships with organizations via truED to address skills gaps and creating more pathways for advancement for workers at all levels.

 

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