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New Strada-Lumina Report Finds Non-Degree Credentials Have High Value for U.S. Adults

Wednesday, May 15, 2019

Certified Value: When do Adults Without Degrees Benefit from Earning Certificates and Certifications finds that sub-baccalaureate certificates and certifications provide substantial value in both employment and personal satisfaction for American adults without college degrees.

The new report released by Strada Education Network and Lumina Foundation analyzes data from the Strada-Gallup Education Consumer Survey. This unique nationally representative database goes beyond traditional approaches of describing demographics and income levels to capture how people feel about the impact of education on their lives and their employment. These are vital insights for increasing the value all education consumers find in America’s post secondary education solutions.

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