On Career Readiness, Apprenticeship Data, CBE & More

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Workforce Monitor
On Career Readiness, Apprenticeship Data, CBE & More
By Workforce Monitor • Issue #8 • View online
Hello everyone:
Welcome to our April 4 issue. As always, please feel free to contact me (George Lorenzo, Writer & Editor) anytime at glorenzo@wfmonitor.com.
This week’s feature article:
This week’s two summaries:
Communicating the Value of Competencies, American Council on Education
Editors’ Picks for the week of 4-4-21:

States are using fast, short-term credentials to get workers back on their feet | Lumina Foundation
GW-Based Research Network Explores Impact of Non-Degree Credentials | GW Today | The George Washington University
How to Bring Manufacturing Back to Cities — and Bring People of Color Along Too – Next City
Today's auto technicians are not just mechanics, they're also data analysts | WorkingNation
More Employers Are Awarding Credentials. Is A Parallel Higher Education System Emerging? | EdSurge News
ACE highlights ways colleges can streamline student transfer | Higher Ed Dive
Developing Digital Badging and Microcredential Strategies | The EvoLLLution
The Impact of Coronavirus on US Job Postings Through March 12: Data from Indeed.com
We can manage: employment trends for management occupations : Beyond the Numbers: U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics
Simplifying Educational Pathways for Working Adults | Fierce Education
Introducing Career Coach in Microsoft Teams for Education | Microsoft EDU
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