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Workforce Monitor Weekly - Dec. 5, 2021 - Grow With Google, the Economics of Child Care Supply

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Workforce Monitor Weekly - Dec. 5, 2021 - Grow With Google, the Economics of Child Care Supply
By Workforce Monitor • Issue #41 • View online
Welcome to Issue #41.
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George Lorenzo
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New Posts Since Last Issue
Feature Article: Google’s Online IT Training Certificates for Entry-Level Jobs Feature Inexpensive Program Options Accredited by ACE
Report Summary: The Economics of Child Care Supply in the United States
Editors' Picks
How do Community College Biotech programs prepare their students for the workplace? | InnovATEBIO
Micro-Credentials: A Catalyst for Strategic Reset and Change in U.S. Higher Education | American Journal of Distance Education
Income and Poverty in the United States: 2020
2020 Service Annual Survey Data Now Available
The ‘great resignation’ is a trend that began before the pandemic – and bosses need to get used to it | The Conversation
The Impact and Opportunity of Community College Digital Transformation | JFF
Enhancing Student Outcomes through Certification+Degree Pathways | YouTube
Harvard work guru on the make-or-break questions about jobs of the future in U.S. |CNBC
Promising Practices for Reconnecting Recent High School Graduates to Postsecondary Education | Strada Education Network
Five Strategies to Scale Individual Career and Academic Planning | LinkedIn
Why Udemy Could Be The Hottest Company In Corporate Learning | JOSH BERSIN
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Where the Jobs Are: Urban, Suburban, & Rural Migrations and the Hollowing Out of Middle-Skill Jobs
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