Sometimes we forget just how much technology has transformed over the last 20 years, especially in the way we get information about and communicate with the world. Twenty years ago, most people made calls on land lines, many used pagers to receive messages on the go, and only the wealthy had actual mobile phones. Today,… Read More


American community colleges don’t get nearly as much attention as its four-year colleges and universities. They don’t get ranked by big name magazines. They don’t have any nationally broadcast bowl games for their football teams. And when they provide online courses, no one makes any noise about it. And yet, 45% of all undergraduate students… Read More


A recent Accenture study finds that 2011-2012 college graduates are struggling to find a place in the job market. Many are turning to further education to move up into the jobs they thought they were qualified for. For the details, just check out our new infographic below. To share it, please use the embed code… Read More


Americans just cannot get enough of their colleges and universities. In fact, within the U.S., there are 4,084 colleges and universities. Every state has at least a few of them, but some definitely have more than others. Without looking at our new infographic below, can you guess which states have the most colleges? Or which… Read More