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Employers aren’t that into non-degree credentials, analysis showed

 

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Despite interest in non-degree credentials, employers often exclude them from job descriptions, creating a disconnect, according to a panel at South by Southwest EDU. Non-degree credentials offer affordable, flexible pathways to economic opportunity and skill enhancement. The University of Texas system pairs industry credentials with traditional degrees, offering them free to all students. Market research shows pairing data analysis skills with a psychology degree can increase earning potential by 30%. Wake Tech Community College also offers non-degree credentials, with demand increasing post-COVID-19….

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