Half the US Adult Population Considers A College Degree Unnecessary

A recent survey reveals that almost half the U.S. adult population does not consider college education to be “very important.”  Only 51% of the demographic believes that receiving a college degree is necessary. Whereas in 2013 the number was close to 70%. What’s interesting is that along with a decline in positive perception of college education there has been an increase in the number of people who consider college education to be “not so important.”