By Sarah DitumIn the world of learning, there’s no shortage of bachelor’s degrees.
But for many Americans, the degree is still the primary path to a job in the workforce.
In a country with a labor shortage and a steep wage premium, a degree isn’t as valuable as the skills that go into a job.
For some, the idea of a graduate degree can be daunting.
Aspiring engineers can be nervous about their finances.
They’re more likely to be single parents than they are employed.
And in an economy that’s still struggling to recover from the Great Recession, getting a college degree isn