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14 E-Learning statistics you need to know for 2014


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We all know that the E-Learning landscape is rapidly changing. With so much information available, staying up-to-date with the latest information and statistics within the industry can be time consuming. To help you get informed, we've gathered and summarised 14 statistics from a range of sources in a useful infographic that will inform you about what’s happening in the E-Learning industry this year.

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14 E-Learning statistics you need to know for 2014

  1. 1. E-LEARNING STATISTICS YOU NEED TO KNOW FOR 2014 The average online learner is 34 82 of learners are under graduates PER CENT YEARS OLD 81 of learners are employed [1] PER CENT 81% OVER 40 PER CENT of global Fortune 500 companies now use some form of educational technology. [2] For every [3] Companies who use $1 E-Learning tools and strategies have the potential that a company to boost productivity by spends on training In a survey of HR Managers, 12 Companies who offer best practice E-Learning and on-the-job training generate around PER CENT Listed “not enough training” as the top reason for employees leaving. [4] they can receive $30 26 worth of productivity gains. [3] PER CENT more revenue per employee. [5] Today, E-Learning is a In 2011, it was estimated that 55.2 35.6 BILLION DOLLAR BILLION DOLLARS was spent on self-paced industry, and it's going to E-Learning across the globe. double by 2015. [6] 72 of companies stated that E-Learning helps them to PER CENT keep up-to-date with changes in their industry, which helps them to remain competitive within their niche. [7] Companies that have a strong learning culture do better in their market than those that do not. COMPANIES ARE: 34 46 PER CENT 17 PER CENT PER CENT more likely to be the leader in their industry. more able to respond to the needs of the customer. 1st more likely to become the market share leader. [8] E-Learning is expected to grow at an average of 23% in the years 2013-2017. 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017 [9] Sources: 1) “Learning on Demand” by Babson Survey Research Group and The Sloan Consortium. 2) Elearning! Magazine 2013 3) A report by IBM. 4) Career Builder. 2012 U.S. Job Forecast. 6) Elearning! Magazine 2013 7) According to research by 8) A study by Bersin & Associates. 9) The Education Sector Factbook 2012 /AurionLearning /aurionlearning @aurionlearning /company/aurion-learning /aurion-learning ©Aurion Learning 2014