Monday, December 8, 2008

Kaplan Survey: More Considering Grad School

A November Kaplan survey showed a steady increase in Kaplan's law and business school preparation programs. According to the survey, the number of people taking the LSAT or GMAT has notably increased, with those taking the GMAT rising nearly 6%. 
But what is the reason for this increase in the demand for higher education?  Many people hope to ride out the unstable economy by going back to school. Students are reluctant to enter a work force plagued by job losses and lay-offs. By returning to school, people are able to prepare for a stable economy in the future by making themselves more qualified and desirable as an employee.
If you can't seem to get a job in today's economy, prepare for a better future and enroll in a Kaplan Continuing Education course today.