Education Benefits to Enrollment Gap

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Creating a new talent playbook

The integration of technology, media, and information platforms and business dependencies has triggered significant mergers and acquisitions over the past decade to control the channels, the content, and the insights about the users. This has resulted in a significant overlap in the type of talent these companies are seeking.

Combine that with the pandemic—which has accelerated digital transformation and heightened competition for talent—and business leaders are finding themselves at a pivotal moment in determining talent strategy. How can you plan for different scenarios and build a workforce that is trained for the jobs of today and tomorrow?

The key is to create the right upskilling and reskilling strategy. 

To help leaders build a strong learning function and an adaptable talent playbook, this report lays out:


The 2020 Information Industry Talent Strategy Report

Workforce Trends and Reskilling Paths

Less than 5% of employees take advantage of employer sponsored education benefits.


Watch the video above to learn more

Enrollment is projected to drop sharply after 2025

Download the report for more information.


Terah A. Crews

KimArie Yowell

Craig Wilson, J.D., Ph.D.,

Michael B. Horn

Enrolling Working Adults in Education Benefits Programs

Bridging the gap between education benefits and enrollment

There are roughly 60 million working adults eligible for education benefits in the United States. However, fewer than 5% of these employees take advantage of their benefit. What can employers and academic institutions do to break through the barriers that exist for working adult learners, and how can we support them as they work towards their educational goals?

In this webinar, we dig into the five leading causes for this gap and discuss strategies to close it.

From increasing program awareness, to easing the financial burden, to psychological and emotional support, the panelist share innovative ways that we can all work to increase the enrollment, and support the success, of working adult students.

Who should watch this webinar? 

University leaders interested in learning how to increase their number of working adult students and build programs that meet the unique needs of working adults

Learning program interested in building relationships with corporate partners and increase student enrollment

Companies interested in creating programs to retain the right talent and enhance their brand

View this webinar to learn more