Most Americans don’t see value in a four-year college degree, new survey finds - Jeremy Bauer-Wolf, Higher Ed Dive

More than half of Americans do not believe a four-year college degree is worth the cost, according to a new Wall Street Journal-NORC poll released Friday.About 56% of respondents said college graduates leave without specific job skills and with high amounts of debt, versus 42% who said a four-year degree is worth the price. This represents a new low in confidence. In 2017, 47% of respondents reported skepticism with higher ed’s ability to lead to good jobs and increased earnings.

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