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  1. Myth: Online learning is easy. 82% of hiring managers disagree that online courses are easier.
  2. Myth: Online faculty are not accessible for help. 97% of online courses have a faculty student ratio of 25:1 or better.
  3. Myth: Online learning will not prepare you for a career. 87% of hiring managers believe that online degrees are as respected as much as traditional degrees.
  4. Myth: Online classes require students to do all the work alone. Fact: The commonplace use of video conferencing has made online learning anything but lonely.
  5. Myth: Students need to go to class at set times to be successful. Fact: The average traditional college student skips 104 classes in their college career. Those who skip class are 3x more likely to be unemployed.
  6. Myth: Students need to focus on school and cannot work while in college. Fact: Most online learners have jobs and families and cannot fit traditional classes into their schedules. There is a 37-56% cost savings in choosing online courses.
  7. Myth: It will be difficult to earn a college degree while raising children. Fact: Most online learners have jobs and families and cannot fit traditional classes into their schedules. Online courses reduce stress and cost of childcare.
  8. Resources http://www.getarealdegree.com/2012/09/the-online-college-student-infographic/ Comic made at www.makebeliefcomix.com

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