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Online Learning Trends

"Online students are looking to improve their
employment situation and are satisfied
with their investment in an online degree.[i]"

 
About 60% of undergraduates and 70% of graduate students report being completely satisfied with their investment of time and money in their pursuit of an online degree.[i]
 
About 40% of students pursing an online degree report within a year of graduation, improvement in their employment status, typically a raise or promotion.[i]
 
Almost 90% of online students surveyed report that online study was equal to or better than classroom study.[i]

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Carol Aslanian,
Founder of Aslanian Market and SVP at EducationDynamics

With 30+ years experience researching Online Colleges and Universities, Carol's insights are may help you make your Online College decisions

 

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Popular Degrees

50 Growth Careers and the College Degrees That Go With Them[ii]

# Job Title Typical Entry Level College Degree Needed Projected Career Growth Projected New Jobs by 2022 Median Salary
1 Interpreters & Translators Bachelor's Degree 46%  29,300 $45,430
2 Information Security Analysts Bachelor's Degree 37% 27,400 $86,170
3 Nurse Practitioners Master's Degree 34% 47,600 $96,460
4 Market Research Analyst Bachelor's Degree 32% 131,500 $60,300
5 Marriage & Family Therapists Master's Degree 31% 11,600 $41,500
6 Substance Abuse Counselors High School Diploma/Equivalent (Bachelor's Degrees Available) 31% 28,200 $38,520
7 Surgical Technologists Postsecondary Non-degree Award 30% 29,300 $41,790 
8 Veterinary Technologists & Technicians Associate's Degree 30% 25,000 $30,290
9 Certified Nurse Midwife Master's Degree 29% 47,600 $96,460
10 Medical Assistants Postsecondary Non-degree Award 29%  162,900 $29,370
11 Personal Financial Advisors Bachelor's Degree 27%  60,300 $67,520
12 Actuaries Bachelor's Degree 26% 6,300  $93,680
13 Cost Estimator Bachelor's Degree 26% 53,000 $58,860
14 Licensed Practical Nurse Postsecondary Non-degree Award 25%  182,900 $41,540
15 Dental Assistants Postsecondary Non-degree Award 25% 74,400 $34500
16 Emergency Medical Technicians & Paramedics Postsecondary Non-degree Award 23% 55,300 $31,020 
17 Medical & Health Services Manager Bachelor's Degree 23% 73,300 $88,580
18 Software Developers Bachelor's Degree 22% 222,600 $93,350
19 Logisticians Bachelor's Degree 22% 27,600 $72,780
20 Medical & Clinical Lab Technicians/Technologists Technicians: Associate’s Degree or Postsecondary Non-degree Award  |  Technologists: Bachelor's Degree 22%  70,600 $47,820
21 Medical Records & Health Information Technicians Postsecondary Non-degree Award 22%  41,100 $34,160
22 HVAC & Refrigeration Mechanics/Installers Postsecondary Non-degree Award 21% 55,900 $43,640
23 Nursing Aide State-approved Education Program (Degree's Available) 21%  312,200 $24,400
24 Civil Engineers Bachelor's Degree 20%  53,700 $79,340
25 Pharmacy Technician High School Diploma/Equivalent (Certificates & Degrees Available) 20% 70,700 $29,320
26 Nursing Instructor Master's Degree 19% 68,970 $68,970
27 Registered Nurse Associate's Degree 19% 526,800 $65,470
28 Social Workers Bachelor's Degree 19%  114,100 $44,200
29 Architect Bachelor's Degree 17%  18,600 $73,090
30 Paralegal Associate's Degree 17% 46,200 $46,990
31 Preschool Teachers Associate's Degree 17%  76,400 $27,130
32 Financial Analysts Bachelor's Degree 16%  39,300 $76,950
33 Education Administrators Master's Degree 15%  23,500 $86,490 
34 Computer & Information Systems Managers Bachelor's Degree 15%  50,900 $120,950
35 Computer Network Architects Bachelor's Degree 15%  20,900 $91,000
36 Database Administrators Bachelor's Degree 15%  17,900 $77,080
37 Sociologists Master's Degree 15% 400  $74,960
38 Marketing Manager Bachelor's Degree 13%  25,400 $115,750
39 Human Resource Manager Bachelor's Degree 13% 13,600 $99,720
40 Certified Public Accountant (CPA) Bachelor's Degree 13% 166,700  $63,550
41  Instructional Coordinators Master's Degree 13%  18,500 $60,050
42 Interior Designer Bachelor's Degree 13%  7,000 $47,600
43 Psychologists Master's Degree 12%  18,700 $69,280
44 Network & Computer Systems Administrators Bachelor's Degree 12%  42,900 $72,560
45 Secretaries & Administrative Assistants High School Diploma/Equivalent (Certificates Available) 12%  479,500 $35,330 
46 Public Relations Specialists Bachelor's Degree 12%  27,400 $54,170
47 Kindergarten & Elementary School Teachers Bachelor's Degree 12%  188,400 $53,090
48 Arbitrators, Mediators & Conciliators Bachelor's Degree  10% 900 $61,280
49 Sales Managers Bachelor's Degree 8% 29,800 $105,260
50 Emergency Management Directors Bachelor's Degree 8% 800 $59,770