What changes to the student journey mean for education benefits
The most common student in higher education these days isn’t who you might picture. It’s no longer an 18-22 year-old who progresses from high school to college, lives on campus, and remains financially dependent on his or her parents.
The student journey these days is much more winding. There are plenty of roadblocks on the path to a college degree—student debt, for one—but there are also more options. Companies can unlock value for their business and for their people through education, but first they need to understand the new journey to learn how to structure their program for opportunity. View the infographic to learn how.