We want to show viewers some of the colleges that have helped students find jobs and advance their careers. - an In View series producer
Boca Raton, FL (PRWEB) November 16, 2013
The difficult and competitive job market of recent years has increased the value of college degrees and advanced degrees. Growing numbers of working adults and unemployed adults have sought to further their educations to improve their employment prospects and advance in their careers. At the same time, a number of colleges and universities, including private schools, public schools and for-profit institutions, have stepped up their marketing efforts to serve this growing market. Today, producers of the In View series announced plans to examine the growing industry of higher education for adults, and to introduce viewers to some of the leading higher education institutions that cater to adults. We have all heard the advertisements on television and radio and seen the online ads for these colleges, but which ones really provide a quality education?
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