June 14-16, 2023 | Boston, MA Special Keynote Session: José Andrés For about a decade now, we’ve seen a slow drip of companies removing bachelor’s degree requirements for varying jobs. There was Accenture in 2016, Bank of America in 2018, IBM in 2020, and many more in...
How Fast is the Dual Enrollment Market Growing?
The pre-college market has been in the news lately. The National Student Clearinghouse reported that community college enrollment has finally picked up this spring, fueled in part by dual enrollment high schoolers.
Graduate Enrollment: Is the Party Over?
Over the past few years, Eduventures has pointed to several developing tensions in the graduate market, including a falling graduate enrollment rate and a program supply far outpacing demand.
How to Position Your Academic Programs Amid Mixed Economic Signals
Mixed economic signals can be challenging to navigate. Despite headlines trumpeting layoffs and, most recently, bank failures, most indicators still point to a hot labor market.
What “New” CIP Codes Can Tell Us About Key Program Markets
Classification of Instructional Programs codes, or CIP codes, are an invaluable tool for researchers and institutions of higher education alike. Providing a taxonomy of academic programs, CIP codes help us decipher key market trends by easily organizing data by field of study, answering questions like: How much has the field grown? How competitive is it? And, who offers the top programs?
As Technology Companies Stumble, What About Technology Programs?
11,000 jobs cut at Meta. 10,000 at Amazon. 4,000 at Carvana. 8,000 at Salesforce. And, most recently, 10,000 jobs at Microsoft – its largest layoff in eight years. The list goes on.