Looking for a unique and popular program that’s perfect for students? Look no further than Astrology! With growing interest in wellness, psychology, and astronomy, this program is on the rise across all award levels. From strong completion rates to skyrocketing enrollment and trending Google searches, Astrology is a program that’s truly aligning with the stars.
We’ve got the 2022 Spring enrollment data, and the news is good! But pay attention. Knowing which degree levels and which programs are enrolling students is important.
Just a year ago, media pundits declared that the US was losing its place as a beacon for international students and that the demand would not recover. Fortunately, they were wrong.
Gray data shows that post-COVID, international student demand is healthy, and new programs offer promising growth.
Many people view liberal arts, humanities, and social science programs, as a one-lane highway to low-paying jobs. We decided to take a look at what people actually earn based on their college majors. What we found may surprise you.
The digital and interactive gaming industry soared in the past decade and it’s currently brighter than ever! Job opportunities continue to grow and new programs in Game and Interactive Media Design are rapidly popping up at institutions. There has never been a better time to get in the game.
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.
IPEDS misallocates most online completions, reporting them in the home market for the institution. This reporting bias can be addressed using NC SARA data for online student enrollment by institution and state of student residence.
At Gray, we use our Job Postings data in a variety of ways. Recently, we discovered a new use of the data: a predictor for market growth and opportunity for higher-education institutions.
Gray did a deep dive into lucrative jobs for graduates and while the results are mixed, there is one program overall that wins the day. It is not in engineering.
Earlier this month, the Bureau of Labor Statistics reported that the U.S. added roughly 678,000 jobs in February, dramatically surpassing many economists’ predictions.