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Workforce Monitor - September 12, 2021 - Manufacturing & Healthcare, CTE, Measuring Skills

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Workforce Monitor - September 12, 2021 - Manufacturing & Healthcare, CTE, Measuring Skills
By Workforce Monitor • Issue #30 • View online
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New WFM Posts Since Last Week
FEATURE ARTICLES:
Long-Term Workforce Outlook in the Manufacturing and Healthcare Sectors
A Viable and Necessary Solution to Unequal Access to Career and Technical Education | by Julie Lammers
REPORT SUMMARY:
Measuring Skills at Work: Lessons from the Field | AIR
EDITORS' PICKS
How States Can Leverage Tech for Learning, Skills Mobility | Tackling Transfer | Inside Higher Ed
AI Is Leading a Revolution in Roles, ROI and Opportunities | Inside Higher Ed
Is the ‘bootcamp’ market really in the millions? | Work Shift
Beyond “Train and Pray”: State Training Policies to Connect Workers to Good Jobs | New America
This Neuroscientist Explains Why Today's Kids Have Different Brains | EdSurge
America's new remote-work havens: 20 cities that pursue faraway jobs | LinkedIn
US Pulse Survey: Next in work | PwC
People analytics: will graph technology revolutionise HR? | HRZone
Back to Work: Here's a look at some efforts to help people rejoin the labor force | WorkingNation
Educating America’s Workforce Increase Incomes and Innovation | Issues
Video: Improving Career Education Pathways into California’s Workforce |  Public Policy Institute of California
Let's talk about work - WorkingNation
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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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