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Workforce Monitor - Oct. 10, 2021 - Economic Opportunity, Computer Science Careers

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Workforce Monitor - Oct. 10, 2021 - Economic Opportunity, Computer Science Careers
By Workforce Monitor • Issue #34 • View online
Welcome to issue #34.
Thanks for stopping by,
George Lorenzo, Editor

New Posts Since Last Issue
Two Report Summaries:
Economic Opportunity for All: How Online Work-Based Learning Marketplaces Connect Education & Work to Expand Equity and Career Readiness | Riipen
Developing Careers of the Future: A Study of Student Access to, and Interest in, Computer Science | Gallup and Amazon
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Editors' Picks
Is Incremental Credentialing Compatible with Institutional Accreditation? (Part 1) - The EvoLLLution
Does college pay off? | Work Shift
Scott Cheney, CEO of Credential Engine: Creating Order in the Credentialing Jungle | Futuro Health
Wiley Digital Skills Gap Index | Wiley
Providing Innovative Solutions to Support the Long-Term Unemployed | Maher & Maher
Why Black women and Americans without college degrees are getting left behind in the economic recovery | The Washington Post
You don't need a college degree to land a high-paying trade job | NPR
Income, Poverty and Health Insurance Coverage in the United States: 2020 | U.S Census Bureau
Why lockdown and distance learning during the COVID-19 pandemic are likely to increase the social class achievement gap | Nature Human Behaviour
Making Higher Ed the Well-Recognized Producer of Microcredentials | The EvoLLLution
Health care certificate programs vary widely in return on investment | Open Campus
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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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