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WFM Biweekly - June 19, 2022 - Data on Alternative Credentials & More

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WFM Biweekly - June 19, 2022 - Data on Alternative Credentials & More
By Workforce Monitor • Issue #59 • View online
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New WFM Posts Since Last Issue
FEATURE ARTICLE - How Popular are Non-degree Credentials?
FEATURE ARTICLE - NCES Reports and Data Tools Provide Details on Subbaccalaureate and First-time Postsecondary Students After Three and Six Years of Study
FEATURE ARTICLE - Part III: NCRN Conference Explainer on Data Issues Impacting Researchers and Users of Research: Infrastructure and Public-Private Partnerships
REPORT SUMMARY - Data for an Inclusive Economic Recovery
REPORT SUMMARY - Learning and working in the digital age: Advancing opportunities and identifying the risks
Editors' Picks
Inflation is outpacing wages, but why? | World Economic Forum
Undergraduate enrollment falls 4.7% this spring | Higher Ed Dive
Opportunity@Work and the Ad Council Call on Companies to Join New, Rapidly Expanding Collaboration to Remove Barriers to Economic Mobility for 50% of U.S. Workers | Opportunity@Work
We need flexibility to address joblessness at both the neighborhood and metro levels  | Upjohn Institute
Is there a skilled labor shortage? The economic evidence on skills gap and labor shortage concerns | Equitable Growth
Grow job skills while earning good pay and full-time benefits | SkillUp
Opinion | The U.S. labor market is humming. That's good news for the future. | The Washington Post
From the WFM Library
An Analysis of Workforce Intermediaries, Part I
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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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