While young people believe education is critical to their future, they're not always convinced a 4-year degree is the right solution

Gen Z views traditional college path as old school


While young people believe education is critical to their future, they're not always convinced a 4-year degree is the right solution

Amidst a global pandemic, American teenagers remain steadfast in their belief that higher education plays a key role in their future success; however, the paths they are planning to take after high school differ from previous generations.

In fact, more than half are open to something other than a four-year degree and 70 percent want to follow their own educational path.

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  • Laura Ascione