Benefits of Degree Completion
Step Forward in Your Career
Getting on track now with your bachelor's degree can place you in a position of professional advantage. The Kansas Board of Regents reports that in the United States, 65 percent of all jobs will require post-secondary education by 2020. In Kansas specifically, this requirement will be true of 64 percent of jobs by 2018.
Invest in Your Future
Adults who have completed bachelor's degrees typically earn more than individuals who have not completed a degree. In the "Online College Students 2013: Comprehensive Data on Demands and Preferences" report through Learning House and Aslanian Market Research, 45 percent of surveyed individuals received salary increases and 36 percent received job promotions after completion of their online degree program.
Strengthen Your Workforce
Nearly 220,000 Kansans aged 25 to 49 have some college experience, but no bachelor's degree. As a college graduate, you can help strengthen the educated Kansas workforce and increase the number of college graduates in the state to help meet national higher education goals.
Reach Your Milestone
Completing your degree is one of the most significant accomplishments you can experience. Whether you complete a degree for yourself or to be an educational role model for your family, you leave the legacy of finishing something you started and reaching a major milestone.
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