UCF: New Study Shows ROI of College Education Should Be Measured in Years, Not Dollars

UCF: New Study Shows ROI of College Education Should Be Measured in Years, Not Dollars

UCF: New Study Shows ROI of College Education Should Be Measured in Years, Not Dollars

Using years to measure ROI, UCF’s Rosen College found graduates with hospitality management degrees can recoup their costs in as little as two years.

A new study published in Tourism Economics from the University of Central Florida’s Rosen College of Hospitality Management shows that the popular method of using dollars to measure the return on investment for college education is flawed; instead, it should be measured in years and consider more social aspects to avoid confusion and disservice to certain industries.

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