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Workforce Monitor
New Summaries & Editors' Picks
By Workforce Monitor • Issue #9 • View online
Hello everyone:
Welcome to our April 11 issue. As always, please feel free to contact me (George Lorenzo, Writer & Editor) anytime at
We posted four new summaries since our last issue.
  1. Workforce Education: A New Roadmap
  2. Solutions to Build a 21st Century Connected Credentialing System
  3. How Intermediaries Can Help Black and Latinx Youth Develop a Strong Occupational Identity: Four Principles of Practice
  4. 15 Million Infrastructure Jobs: An Economic Shot in the Arm to the COVID-19 Recession
Editors’ Picks Week of April 11, 2021:

Job Training That’s Free Until You’re Hired Is a Blueprint for Biden | The New York Times
National service: Learning skills and exploring careers outside the classroom | WorkingNation
Training and upskilling older workers is crucial in the recovery | WorkingNation
Buying Power: Where Your Job Pays the Most After Cost of Living | Emsi
How to Use Digital Credentials to Build Your Career | Event Leadership Institute
Preparing for the Work Only Humans Can Do | Merion West
Public Viewpoint — How To Help Americans Get Back to Work | Center for Education Consumer Insights
How many jobs is the US likely to add this year? | Brookings
Creating Better Pathways to Economic Mobility | Harvard University
We need to fix the broken nursing career pathway—here’s how | New America
New Report on Employer Views of Higher Education | Association of American Colleges & Universities
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Workforce Monitor

Workforce Monitor is published with the Program on Skills, Credentials & Workforce Policy at George Washington University. We comb through all the erudite literature on Workforce Development issues, trends, and strategies as they relate to the world of education. We then synthesize our favorite research into concise summaries and feature articles, covering this broad landscape in a way that can save you time.

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