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U T U F R U O Y N W O WHAT’SRE OWN U T U F UO R IN YOUR YOUR N W FUTURE? O E R U UT FUTUR


E R TU FUTURE R U O MILLION 15 Y N W N W O E R U T U 72 F RU U F R U O Y N 74 W O ER Y JOBS ARE EXPECTED TO BE ADDED BY 2018

%

%

OF NEW JOBS REQUIRING COLLEGE EDUCATION WILL REQUIRE A BACHELOR’S DEGREE.

OF THOSE JOBS WILL BE IN

• BUSINESS SERVICES • GOVERNMENT & EDUCATION • WHOLESALE & RETAIL • HEALTHCARE SERVICES • FINANCIAL SERVICES

*Statistics based on the Georgetown University Center on Education and the Workforce publication “Help Wanted: Projections of Jobs and Education Requirements Through 2018” (cew.georgetown.edu) as well as data from the Bureau of Labor Statistics (www.bls.gov)


U T U F R U O Y N W O OF GETTINGREA OWN U T U F UO R DEGREE YOUR N W O E R U UT FUTUR FINANCIAL GAINS

Studies have shown time and again that your salary increases when you earn a degree. Some adults return to school for the sheer joy of learning, but most of us find ourselves back in the classroom for a degree, or another one, that will help us earn more income. But a bigger paycheck is only part of the benefit. A college education enriches your life in ways that cannot be measured in dollars. As the great social reformer Frederick Douglass observed, “Education is power.�


E R TU FUTURE R U O Y N W N W O E R U T U F RU U F R U O Y N W O ER Y Lifetime Earning by Education Level

+89%

+28%

1.8 Million

2.3 Million

3.4 Million

HIGH SCHOOL

ASSOCIATE’S

BACHELOR’S

$

DIPLOMA

26K

$

49K

$

In 2008, the average annual wage earned by high school graduates was $26,001 compared with $49,435 for those with bachelor’s degrees.

$

$

DEGREE

DEGREE

1M

2X

$

A bachelor’s degree is worth more than $1M more over the course of a lifetime than an associate’s degree.

A bachelor’s degree nearly doubles the lifetime earnings of a high school diploma over the course of a lifetime.

*Statistics based on the Georgetown University Center on Education and the Workforce publication “Help Wanted: Projections of Jobs and Education Requirements Through 2018” (cew.georgetown.edu) as well as data from the Bureau of Labor Statistics (www.bls.gov)


U T U F R U O INDUSTRY GROWTH & Y N W O RE OWN U T U F UO R YOUR N W O E R U UT FUTUR 17%

EXPECTED GROWTH OF OCCUPATIONS REQUIRING A BACHELOR’S DEGREE BY 2018

According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, several career fields are expected to grow dramatically both in terms of the number of available jobs and their salaries. By earning a respected degree and/or receiving the proper training in your chosen career field, you can be a part of that growth.

HEALTHCARE

PROTECTIVE SERVICES

MEDIA & DESIGN

2.1M

400K

332K

NEW JOBS

As the number of elderly continues to grow, and as new developments allow for the treatment of more medical conditions, more healthcare workers will be needed.

NEW JOBS

The growing U.S. population, as well as the increased need for protecting businesses and other organizations from crime and vandalism will increase the need for protective services professionals.

NEW JOBS

Media, communications, and design occupations will see substantial growth, as firms place a greater emphasis on managing their public image and more business is conducted over the internet.


E R TUCAREER OPPORTUNITIES E R U T U F R U O Y N W N W O E R U T U F RU U F R U O Y N W O ER Y MANAGEMENT, BUSINESS, AND FINANCIAL SERVICES

COMPUTER AND MATHEMATICAL SCIENCE

1.6M

785K

NEW JOBS

NEW JOBS

As the business environment becomes increasingly complex and competitive, additional workers will be needed, resulting in an increase in employment by 11%. A large portion of these jobs will arise in the management, scientific, and technical consulting sector.

279K 178K 38 +

=

NEW MANAGEMENT ANALYSTS JOBS

NEW ACCOUNTANT & AUDITORS JOBS

%

OF ALL NEW JOBS IN BUSINESS & FINANCIAL OPERATIONS

The continuing need for businesses and other organizations to adopt and utilize the latest technologies will drive demand for workers in this industry.These occupations are expected to grow more than twice as fast as the average for all occupations in the economy.

53

%

EXPECTED GROWTH BY 2018

NETWORK SYSTEMS AND DATA COMMUNICATIONS ANALYSTS

The growing reliance on wireless networks, as well as organizations continuing to upgrade their information technology capacity will result in an increase in new jobs.

Projected Growth

Average Annual Earnings

Occupation

Projected Growth

Average Annual Earnings

Personal Financial Advisors

30%

$88,691

Network Systems and Data Communications Analysts

53%

$71,510

Market Research Analysts

28%

$62,837

Computer Software Engineers - Applications

34%

$81,480

Employment, Recruitment & Placement Specialists

28%

$51,480

Computer Software Engineers

32%

$81,474

Cost Estimators

25%

$61,152

Computer Software Engineers - Systems Software

30%

$83,138

Public Relations Specialists

24%

$52,458

Network and Computer Systems Administrators

23%

$62,317

Accountants & Auditors

22%

$62,837

Operations Research Analysts

22%

$74,290

Training & Development Specialists

12%

$53,477

Computer Systems Analysts

20%

$77,834

Compensation, Benefits & Job Analysis Specialists

9%

$54,080

Database Administrators

20%

$69,389

Occupation

*Statistics based on the Georgetown University Center on Education and the Workforce publication “Help Wanted: Projections of Jobs and Education Requirements Through 2018” (cew.georgetown.edu) as well as data from the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics (www.bls.gov)


U T U F R U O Y N W O PAYINGRE OWN U T U F YOUR R UO R FOREDUCATION U O Y N W O E R U UT FUTUR Franklin University’s Financial Aid office will help you get the funds you need to pay for your education by providing you with options for meeting your educational expenses by accessing eligible federal, state, local, and institutional resources while maintaining a focus on minimizing debt.


E R TU FUTURE R U O Y N W N W O E R U T U F RU U F R U O Y N 1 2 3 W O ER Y 10 15

%- %

TYPES OF FINANCIAL AID

In 2010, over 5,000 Franklin University students received various types of financial aid.

STATE

FEDERAL

INSTITUTIONAL

EXTERNAL

$

10-15% of Franklin University students receive tuition assistance from their employers. Our Deferred Tuition Reimbursement Plan allows employers to reimburse the student upon receipt of each trimester’s grades.

Talk to your Human Resources department to see if tuition assistance is offered by your employer.

15M

VETERAN AND MILITARY ASSISTANCE

Franklin University is committed to the education of eligible veterans, widows, and children of veterans and reservists. If eligible, you will be assigned a Veterans Specialist to assist your needs and serve as the liaison between you, Franklin University, and the VA.

In 2009, Franklin University students received more than $15 million worth of scholarships and grants.

APPLYING FOR FINANCIAL AID

STEP

Apply for admission and declare your major

STEP

Complete a Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA)

STEP

Complete a Declaration of Outside Tuition Assistance Form

To learn more about financial aid and scholarships, visit us at franklin.edu/finaid


U T U F R U ANNAFFORDABLE EDUCATION O Y W O RE OWN U T U F UO R YOUR N W O E R U UT FUTUR Earning a degree is one of the most valuable investments you can make. For more than 100 years, Franklin University is dedicated to removing barriers for students to higher education. As a result, many Franklin students discover they’re closer to earning a degree than they thought.

$

20K

$

LESS THAN FOR-PROFIT

56K

LESS THAN TRADITIONAL

On average, the cost of Franklin’s tuition is comparable to public institutions, but nearly $20,000 less than the total tuition of a 4-year for-profit university and $56,000 less than the total tuition of a traditional 4-year private university.

3+1

=

$

20K

On average, community college students save $20,000 on the total cost of their bachelor’s degree tuition by using Franklin’s 3+1 Transfer Program.

To learn more about transferring from a community or technical college, visit us at franklin.edu/transfer

FRANKLIN UNIVERSITY UNDERGRADUATE MAJORS

Accounting Allied Healthcare Management Applied Management Applied Psychology Business Administration Business Economics Business Forensics Communications Computer Science Criminal Justice Administration eMarketing Financial Management Financial Planning Forensic Accounting Healthcare Management Healthcare Information Systems Management Human Resources Management Information Security Information Technology Interactive Media Design Interdisciplinary Studies Management Management Information Sciences Marketing Operations & Supply Chain Management Public Relations Public Safety Management Safety, Security & Emergency Management Web Development


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