According to a 2015 survey from the Pew Research Center, jobs requiring average or above-average social and analytical skills experienced a growth in employment and wages ranging from 77 to 83 percent. Conversely, occupations depending upon v manual labor skills experienced an employment/wage increase of only 18 percent during the same period. There’s no question…
The learning management system (LMS) market has grown along with technology. E-learning solutions are available for almost any education required these days. Further, e-learning is a $182 billion industry in 2017, with annualized 5 percent growth. This educational platform requires constant instructional innovation to help students learn and retain information.
Online learning is one of the fastest-growing segments in education and training. According to the 2015 Survey of Online Learning, almost 30 percent of students now enroll in at least one online education course. That makes for a total of almost six million online students.
Businesses and schools are beginning to rely on technology as a way to improve the learning and training experience. This transition comes as a result of innovations in tech, which make digital tools able to serve as skills-building products.