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WFM Biweekly - June 5, 2022 - NCRN, ASU +GSV, Alamo Colleges, Shifting Skills & Job Changes

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WFM Biweekly - June 5, 2022 - NCRN, ASU +GSV, Alamo Colleges, Shifting Skills & Job Changes
By Workforce Monitor • Issue #58 • View online
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New Posts Since Last Issue
FEATURE ARTICLE - Part II: NCRN Conference Explainer on Public Policies Shaping the Non-degree Marketplace
FEATURE ARTICLE - ASU +GSV Summit Session Explainer on How Workforce Analytics Enable States to Align Talent Supply and Employer Needs of the Future
FEATURE ARTICLE - How Alamo Colleges are scaling digital skills badges in Texas - Courtesy of Education Design Lab
REPORT SUMMARY - Shifting Skills, Moving Targets, and Remaking the Workforce
REPORT SUMMARY - The Through-the-Looking-Glass Recovery
Editors' Picks
Is there a skilled labor shortage? The economic evidence on skills gap and labor shortage concerns | Equitable Growth
Rigor required for skills derived from Microcredentials | LinkedIn
Accelerate[ED] | Gates Foundation
Parent PLUS Borrowers: The Hidden Casualties of the Student Debt Crisis | The Century Foundation
Gen Z’s war on modern-day work | Vox
Century Lives Stanford Center on Longevity
The Beige Book | Federal Reserve
Combatting the Great Resignation with Specialized Training | The EvoLLLution
A federal watchdog said OPMs need more oversight. Here's how that will affect colleges and companies. | Higher Ed Dive
A 4-year education isn't part of Gen Z's path to career success | Fast Company
Future Workers Still Have Misconceptions About Skilled Trade Jobs | Industry Week
Talent of Tomorrow Fellowship | Jobs for the Future
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