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Older Adult Workers, The Newest Economy, Statewide Collaborations & Job Quality is Key

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Older Adult Workers, The Newest Economy, Statewide Collaborations & Job Quality is Key
By Workforce Monitor • Issue #14 • View online
Hi Everyone:
Welcome to the 14th weekly issue. As always, please feel free to contact me anytime at glorenzo@wfmonitor.com.
Thanks for stopping by,
George Lorenzo

New content since last issue:
Feature Article: The Ups and Downs of Older Adult Workers | Workforce Monitor
Latest Workforce Monitor summaries:
The Newest Economy: Welcome to the Credential Currency Revolution | NLET
Opportunities to Advance Statewide Industry Collaboration and Engagement in Career Technical Education | Advance CTE
To Build Back Better, Job Quality is Key | Aspen Institute
Editors' Picks:
Low-Skill Worker Training Needs More Employer Input | Governing
Equitable Value: Promoting Economic Mobility and Social Justice Through Postsecondary Education | Postsecondary Value Commission
Help wanted: 29 million workers with cloud computing skills | WorkingNation
The Power of Industry-Recognized Stackable Credentials | The EvoLLLution
SIUE’s Digital Tech Badges: Portable, Stackable, but Most Importantly: Employable | CAEL
OPINION: Why every high school student needs a work-based experience | Hechinger Report
4 Florida colleges team with nonprofit to reskill workers | University Business
Systemic Change Means Rethinking College and Career Prep. We’ve Done It Before. | EdSurge News
Aligning Education and Workforce to Meet Learners Needs | 
The EvoLLLution
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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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