Price-to-Earnings Premium

Price-to-Earnings Premium

The number one reason why students attend an institution of higher education is to increase their employability and gain financial security. This means they are investing in higher education expecting to earn more than they would have if they hadn’t attended an institution or program in the first place. And with students and taxpayers pumping tens of billions of dollars into institutions of higher education every single year, both sets of interested parties should be able to make at least an educated guess about how long it will take to recoup their investment. Our latest video introduces the “price-to-earnings premium”, a new way of measuring economic value and return on investment in higher education.

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