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New Kaplan University and LinkedIn Survey Reveals Insights Into Career Planning, Including Widespread Belief in Education and Skills Training as Keys to Career Advancement
Nearly eight-in-ten survey respondents agree they need to obtain new skills to advance their careers.
Tucson, Arizona – (November 12, 2013) – Kaplan University and LinkedIn issued the results from their Career Journey survey today, which shows a broad interest among professionals in new skills development and continuing education. The survey also reveals that individuals across age groups see critical value in systematic career planning, and that most are already actively engaged in online reputation management and networking.
“Kaplan University embarked on this survey, in collaboration with LinkedIn, to gather additional insights around the key areas of opportunity for helping professionals with their educational and career journey.” said Sophie Vlessing, senior vice president of Strategy and Innovation with Kaplan Higher Education Group. “The survey findings demonstrate that professionals overwhelmingly embrace the idea that their career journey can be enriched by continuing their learning and leveraging their social networks.” Vlessing discussed the survey results at the Techonomy Conference held in Tucson, Arizona.
The Kaplan University-LinkedIn survey polled more than 1,000 individuals from different backgrounds via the LinkedIn network. Key findings include the following:
“In a competitive jobs environment, with rapidly evolving technologies playing a greater role in more and more professions, those who aim for success understand they need the right tools and strategies to make sure that learning never stops,” said Jacqueline Jones, executive director, Strategic Partnerships/Innovation with Kaplan Higher Education Group.
Jones encourages individuals to connect with the Career Journey Group on LinkedIn to find inspiration and personal reinvention through social connections and lifelong learning.
Check out the published story on AOL Jobs here: jobs.aol.com/articles/2013/11/12/four-out-of-five-workers-say-they-need-new-skills/.
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