According to a new report from Gallup and Northeastern University, just 22% of American adults say they agree that colleges adequately prepare graduates for “future jobs involving technology.” Survey respondents identify on-the-job training as their preferred methods of education if artificial intelligence threatens to make their skills obsolete. About two-thirds of respondents (65%) say that the cost of education is a barrier to pursuing further training; and 61% say lack of time is an issue. Other leading concerns include the inability to pursue education while working, difficulty competing with others, and lack of knowledge about what skills are needed. The study results suggest that colleges and universities must seek new ways to make programs more relevant and accessible for working adults; and perhaps employers can partner with higher education institutions to develop and promote programs that are useful for workers. Read the full article.