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Northeastern University: Why People Are Less Likely to Enroll in College When Economy Is Doing Well
August 06, 2019
BOSTON, Massachusetts, Aug. 6 [TNSeducationresearch -- Northeastern University issued the following news:

Fewer people are going to college, and some believe that's a good thing. In particular, economists say it's a sign of a booming economy. When the economy is doing well and jobs are abundant, people are less interested in attending a traditional four-year college. By the same token, when the economy is faltering, college enrollment rates tend to rise, as people seek any opportuni . . .

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