Based on our student demand, employment, competitive intensity, and degree fit metrics, June's program of the month ranks seventh of all 1,400 IPEDS programs. Do you know what it could be?
We've seen an explosion of AI-related courses and programs across higher education, mainly within engineering and computer science departments, but AI isn’t just for “left-brainers.” Artists, musicians, and other “right-brain” aficionados are using AI to enhance the creative process and even generate new creative works. While creative AI still has a long way to go, it's clear that AI technology will have to be considered in the workforce and in educating students.
The US Department of Labor recently announced that non-farm employment in America rose by 372,000 in June, 2022. This number far exceeded expectations, so we looked at Gray’s Job Postings data to compare.
Some programs attract students to campuses. Other programs are more often discovered by already-enrolled students, or they serve as parachutes to catch students who leave other programs.
In 2020, the pandemic had ravaging effects on supply chains. In the beginning of 2022, it looked like things were turning around - that is, until April, when strains mounted again. We took a look at our Job Postings database, and the data regarding employment opportunities shows a few interesting developments. It might even raise a few questions for you.