The tuition at our nation’s colleges are rising faster than inflation, medical costs, and importantly: the income of 99% of Americans. Four years at a private university now costs as much as a new Ferrari sports car, and a student from a public university can expect to graduate with $25,000 or more in student debt. But, did you ever wonder where all that money is going?

Higher Education Tuition Breakdown

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Original Source: http://radioopensource.org/college-budgets/

The following infographic analyzes 173 college majors and shows the top and bottom 15 unemployment rates along with their rank in popularity.

Perhaps more important than UNemployment is UNDERemployment–the notion that college graduates are employed in fields that don’t require a degree.

The Accenture 2013 College Graduate Employment Survey [DOWNLOAD HERE] indicates 41% of college graduates from the past two years are stuck in jobs that don’t require their degree.
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Bond University documented a significant improvement in student success after implementing Blackboard Mobile Learn. Dr. Shelley Kinash, Director Office of Quality Teaching and Learning, presents the research findings that earned Bond University the 2012 Blackboard Mobile Catalyst Award!