Student and Employer Demand Trends Results Through October

Posted by Ned Caron on Jan 2, 2020 11:19:05 AM

 

Topics: Google Search Volumes, Higher Education Inquiries by State, GrayReports, Programs


GrayReports September: Student and Employer Demand Trends Results Through August

Posted by Ned Caron on Nov 25, 2019 3:04:40 PM

 

Topics: Google Search Volumes, Higher Education Inquiries by State, GrayReports, Programs


GrayReports August: Student and Employer Demand Trends Results Through July

Posted by Ned Caron on Oct 1, 2019 3:16:23 PM

Leading post-secondary education institutions rely on GrayReports' Webcasts for current data on trends in student demand and employer requirements. GrayReports covers on-campus, online, and hybrid programs ranging from undergraduate certificates to doctoral degrees. GrayReports data includes student inquiries, Google search volumes, and job postings by academic program and location. Every month, we release the latest data on a free GrayReports Webcast. If you miss the Webcast, please feel free to download the presentation or watch the replay. To whet your appetite, below are highlights from the August GrayReports Webcast:


GrayReports July Webcast

Posted by Bob Atkins on Sep 20, 2019 3:39:26 PM

Topics: GrayReports, Mental Health, College Courses


GrayReports July Webcast: Student and Employer Demand Trends Results Through June

Posted by Bob Atkins on Jul 30, 2019 10:11:07 AM

Leading post-secondary education institutions rely on GrayReports Webcasts for current data on trends in student demand and employer requirements.  GrayReports covers on-campus, online, and hybrid programs ranging from undergraduate certificates to doctoral degrees.  GrayReports data includes student inquiries, Google search volumes, and job postings by program and location.

Topics: Google Search Volumes, 2019, GrayReports


GrayReports May Webcast:  Student and Employer Demand Trends

Posted by Ned Caron on Jun 24, 2019 3:18:27 PM

Leading post-secondary education institutions rely on GrayReports Webcasts for current data on trends in student demand and employer requirements.  GrayReports covers on-campus, online, and hybrid programs ranging from undergraduate certificates to doctoral degrees.  GrayReports data includes student inquiries, Google search volumes, and job postings by program and location.

Topics: Undertanding Student demand, GrayReports


GrayReports April Webcast: Student and Employer Demand Trends

Posted by Ned Caron on May 28, 2019 3:19:21 PM

Every month, the latest data is released on a free GrayReports Webcast.  If you miss the Webcast, please feel free to download the presentation or watch the replay.  To whet your appetite, below are highlights from the April GrayReports Webcast:

Topics: Inquiry Source, 2018 Understanding Program Economics, Undertanding Student demand


April GrayReports Monthly Webcast: Student and Employer Demand Trends

Posted by Ned Caron on Apr 19, 2019 10:37:19 AM

 

2019 Gray MasterClass: Part 2: Understanding the  Employer Market.

Posted by Ned Caron on Mar 26, 2019 3:22:35 PM

In the second webcast of our six-part Master Class series, we review the data and analysis higher education institutions should use to evaluate employment opportunities for their graduates. Gray provides insight to help institutions understand the available data to efficiently evaluate your programs.  We walk through each data source and their use-cases, as well as their limitations. We have a proven method to determine the appropriate market definition for each institution, essential for evaluating employment data relevant to you and your programsAfter watching this webcast, you will be able to answer the following questions:


2019 February GrayReports - Student and Employer Demand Trends

Posted by Jeff Chin on Mar 1, 2019 3:51:59 PM

Every month, Gray releases the latest student and employer demand trends in higher education.  Here are a few of the highlights from January of 2019 that we released in February of 2019:

  • Inquiry Volume Rose for the fourth consecutive month Year-Over-Year; 1.9% Higher for All of 2018.

  • Education and and Nursing programs dropped again.

  • A deep dive into the strength of Health Services, Allied Heath and General Health Programs.