eLearning Statistics (2022)

In this post, we’ll cover some of the most interesting elearning stats to know in 2022 and beyond.

Top 2022 eLearning Statistics

Here are some of the more notable stats to get you started:

  • The overall global eLearning market is expected to hit $350 billion by 2025.
  • 73% of US students want to continue taking online classes after the pandemic.
  • 90% of companies offer their employees some form of digital learning.
  • 68% of employees say they prefer to learn at work.
  • The number of registered learners on Coursera has increased 438% over the past 5 years.
  • The eLearning market in India is forecast to reach $8.6 billion by 2026 (Research And Markets)
  • The University of Florida is the highest-ranked eLearning school in the US with a 50% online enrollment rate (Statista)
  •  The eLearning Industry Has Grown by Over 900% since 2000
  • Corporate e-learning takes 40% to 60% less time to complete when compared to traditional learning.
  • E-learning has helped to increase income for 42% of US organizations. (Source: The Educators)
  • In 2021, 40M new learners signed up for at least one MOOC, compared to 60M (fueled by the pandemic) in 2020.