Educational Technology

November 4, 2018

Non-degree Programs May Not Serve Men and Women Equally

Filed under: Educational Technology — admin @ 12:35 am

by Pete Musto and Dorothy Gundy, VOA

For example, 74 percent of men with a certificate but no four-year college degree were employed. By comparison, 67 percent of women with a certificate but no four-year degree were employed. In terms of pay, 46 percent of women with a credential but no four-year degree made less than $30,000 a year. The same was true for 25 percent of men, New America found. Seventeen percent of men with only a non-degree credential earned more than $75,000. Just five percent of women with similar credentials earned that much.

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