Is Your Program Aligning Working Adult Learners with Skills in High Demand?
Improve outcomes for working adult learners by connecting them to skills in high demand
More Fortune 1000 companies are adopting education benefit policies to enable their employees to pursue a tuition-free education. Savvy academic institutions will seek to better understand what skills gaps these employers aspire to meet so they can better prepare students for in-demand jobs and upward mobility.
Download this guide to learn more about:
- The durable skills framework and its relationship with the roles in highest demand among Fortune 1000 companies
- Working adult students’ perceptions of the value of education and skilling
- Three ways academic institutions can leverage an understanding of a durable skills framework into improved outcomes for working adult students
Did you know?
The average shelf life of a perishable skill is 2.5 years or less
Durable skills are the common denominator among high-demand, future-aligned roles that traverse multiple industries.