Apprenticeships vs. College: Are Traditional Universities Losing Appeal? | Your Money Briefing | WSJ

Some apprenticeships are boasting acceptance rates as competitive as Ivy League universities.

WSJ reporter Doug Belkin joins host Erin Delmore to explain why students are rethinking the cost-benefit analysis of a four-year college education.

0:00 How do competitive apprenticeship programs work?
1:07 Which industries are apprenticeship models moving into?
1:50 Are traditional four year colleges losing their appeal?
3:25 How employers are viewing apprenticeship opportunities
4:26 What career trajectories are like after apprenticeships end

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