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Workforce Monitor Weekly - Feb. 6, 2022 - Employer Training, Legit Credentials, Students Stepping Out & The Great Upheaval

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Workforce Monitor Weekly - Feb. 6, 2022 - Employer Training, Legit Credentials, Students Stepping Out & The Great Upheaval
By Workforce Monitor • Issue #48 • View online
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New Posts Since Last Week
REPORT SUMMARY - Employer Training Survey 2021
FEATURE ARTICLE - The Legitimacy and Illegitimacy of Credentials | Courtesy of Wally Boston
FEATURE ARTICLE - Another million students 'have stepped off the path to the middle class' | Courtesy of The Hechinger Report
BOOK REVIEW - The Great Upheaval: Higher Education’s Past, Present, and Future | Courtesy of Gordon Freedman
EDITORS' PICKS
Our picks, about one dozen listed each week in our newsletter, and others daily on Twitter and LinkedIn, feature both recently posted articles as well as the occasional older article. They are published by many different media and organizational sources with varied perspectives - and we focus on those we believe can be most helpful for getting a keener understanding of the large world of workforce development.
Please feel free to send us links to articles you think we should share. Send to glorenzo@wfmonitor.com.
Colleges face IT brain drain driven by COVID, pay disparities | Inside Higher Ed
2022 Trends: The New World of Work Demands More of Recruiters | workhuman
How Credentials Can Create Opportunity for More People | Strada Education Network
Workers Across Generations Dissatisfied with Employer Training | SHRM
Building Awareness of Pathways to Success: A Peek at the Pilots | Education Strategy Group
Reengaging Adult Learners to Complete College Degrees: Learning From Tennessee | Center for an Urban Future
Strengthening University-Industry Collaboration Vital to U.S. Competitive Edge in Innovation | APLU
Meeting the Demands of a Changing Workforce: Insights Into the Wellspring Initiative | U.S. Chamber of Commerce Foundation
We Don't Need Vanity-Driven MOOC 4.0 Hype | PhilOnEdTech
Braiding Funding To Support Equitable Career Pathways | Advance CTE
Unlocking experience-based job progressions for millions of workers | McKinsey
From Our Library
CHECK OUT OUR REPORT SUMMARIES
AS WELL AS OUR FEATURE ARTICLES
AND OUR BOOK REVIEW SECTION
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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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