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Money To Be Made In E-Education?

Money To Be Made In E-Education?

E-educationThe recent economic woes and escalating unemployment rate has spurred a massive movement in education. The few employers that are now hiring are now demanding much higher qualifications than ever before. Even professions that never required an education before are now insisting on only employing those with college degrees or other certifications. Many of the millions that have found themselves out of work now face the choice between taking menial jobs with terrible pay or not working at all.

However one thing they all have in common is that improving their level of education is certainly an enticing if not essential thing to do.

This demand has created an explosion in the education industry. Particularly, for those offering online education. Kaplan University, the University of Phoenix and Devry are rolling in revenue by offering online degrees and utilizing easy student loans to get students enrolled at almost no cost to them in masses.

However this is not just a game for the big players.

An increasing amount of entrepreneurs are also seizing on this opportunity and combined with great looking new websites and the latest technology are developing dynamic products and services. Atilus already works with two companies offering online education in their respective fields. And the response has been overwhelming.

One of the most notable niches that is seeing a big boom is foreign language learning. With wonderful web 2.0 websites, the best in Internet marketing, outsourcing and communication technology like Skype you can now set up an amazing new venture in almost no time at all offering foreign language lessons. As the world of business is changing and almost every industry is beginning to go across borders in an effort to maintain volume and minimize expenses everyone could use learning a second or third language. Run your numbers, may be this even makes sense for you…

Kristen Bachmeier
Kristen Bachmeier
Kristen Bachmeier is Atilus' Director of Operations and helps to oversee all client accounts and day-to-day operations. Kristen also has a background in digital marketing, and has been working in the digital marketing space since 2012.

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