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Despite Sky-High Inflation, No Sign Yet of Surging Tuition Costs

While high inflation continues to bedevil the wider economy, those price increases have yet to translate into significant spikes in college-tuition costs across...

Faculty-Pay Survey Records the Largest One-Year Drop Ever

Average full-time faculty salaries decreased by 5 percent in the 2021-22 academic year when adjusted for inflation, the largest single-year drop in the...

3 Things We Learned From the Latest Federal Employment and Enrollment Report

America’s colleges and universities last October enrolled the smallest share of graduating high-school seniors in over a decade.According to new estimates from the...

Higher Ed’s Labor Shortage Is Easing. But These Parts of Its Work Force Are Struggling to Return to Normal.

Recently revised employment data from the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics bore good news for higher ed: The shortfall in jobs had shrunk...

Higher Ed’s Labor Force Is Nearly Back to Full Strength. Thank the Bureau of Labor Statistics.

Higher ed had little to celebrate last November when the Bureau of Labor Statistics released its employment estimates for the sector. Academe had...

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