A closer look at the value of higher ed

With questions about the value and purpose of higher education becoming more and more common, these results show that the more relevant people find their courses to be to their work and daily lives, the more likely they are to be satisfied with their education. Consumers who strongly agree that the courses they took are relevant to their careers and lives are: more likely to strongly agree their education was worth the cost, strongly agree that they received a high-quality education and are more likely to be considered "thriving" in their overall well-being than are those who strongly disagree.