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Workforce Monitor - Feb. 27, 2022 - Working Adults & The Degree Reset

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Workforce Monitor - Feb. 27, 2022 - Working Adults & The Degree Reset
By Workforce Monitor • Issue #51 • View online
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New Posts Since Last Issue
REPORT SUMMARY - Meeting the Needs of Working Adults: Students and administrators on post-pandemic imperatives
See all Report Summaries to date here.
FEATURE ARTICLE - The Emerging Degree Reset, Courtesy of Wally Boston
See all Feature Articles to date here.
Editors' Picks
Michele Chang | Strada Education Network
‘The Super Age’ and Our Aging Higher Ed Workforce | Inside Higher Ed
SUNY System and University of Texas System Announce Microcredentials Initiatives | Wally Boston
Support for first-gens must go beyond undergraduate students (opinion) | Inside Higher Ed
The Workforce Development Field or a Conduit for Maintaining Systemic Racism? | Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta
Student success coaches re-enroll 3,000 students | Inside Higher Ed
Climb or Die | Anthony P. Carnevale
Work Shift Explainer: Apprenticeships grow into tech | Open Campus
The 20 Fastest Growing Jobs in the Next Decade | Visual Capitalist
Attracting Adult Learners With Credit for Prior Learning | CAEL
Google's Sundar Pichai Just Announced a $100 Million Educational Fund. It Might Mean the Beginning of the End for College. |
From Our Library
A special report on Amazon’s upskilling initiatives … We conducted a content analysis related to Amazon’s creation of skill-building programs for its employees and the general public, as well as how Amazon supports and partners with higher education institutions.  
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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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