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Education survey results!

March 31, 2010

The following data represents the results of the survey, The state of the twenty-something: Education, as of March 31, 2010.

1. What is the highest level of education you have completed?
4-year degree 57%
Master’s 14%
High school or GED 14%
2-year degree 14%
Ph.D. 0%
2. Are you currently enrolled in school?
No 71%
Yes 29%
3. What kind of college or university do you (or did you) attend?
Public 71%
Private 29%
4. If you attend(ed) college, do you, or did you, rely on student loans in order to pay for your education?
Yes 71%
No 29%
5. If you attend(ed) college or beyond, were you able to receive any scholarships during that time?
Yes 57%
No 43%
6. Considering your education and goals, did (or do you) find the education you received/are receiving to be worth the miscellaneous costs and tuition?
No, I do not think the tuition and costs (including any scholarships or aid) are/were reasonable 43%
Yes, because the tuition and costs (including any scholarships or aid) are/were reasonable 29%
Yes, despite the tuition and costs 14%
No, despite the reasonable tuition and costs 14%
7. How do (or did) you obtain most of your textbooks? (7 total answers obtained)
New
Used
Bought from an on-campus store 2 3
Bought from an off-campus, non-internet store 0 1
Bought from online 1 3
Bought in a private exchange 0 1
8. If applicable, do you (or did you) find your experience at the college or university you attend(ed) to be enjoyable?
Yes 71%
No 29%
9. Which of the following features do you think is/was the WEAKEST point for your college or university?
Teaching staff, classes and your department 43%
Opportunities available (e.g. internships, study abroad, job prospects) 29%
Cost value 14%
Social opportunities and events/the ease of making friends 14%
Sports or clubs 0%
10. Which of the following features do you think is/was the STRONGEST point for your college or university?
Social opportunities and events/the ease of making friends 43%
N/A 14%
Cost value 14%
Opportunities available (e.g. internships, study abroad, job prospects) 14%
Teaching staff, classes and your department 14%
Sports or clubs 0%
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