Workers want tuition help, but employers are skeptical

05/6/2013 | Bloomberg Businessweek

About two-thirds of employees say they think companies should find ways to help them put their children through higher education, but just 17% of firms offer such scholarships. Tuition assistance can help build loyalty, but the return on investment isn't always clear-cut. "This is an increasingly costly benefit," says economist Richard Vedder.

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