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Workforce Monitor Weekly - Jan. 16, 2022 - Great Resignation, Labor Shortages

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Workforce Monitor Weekly - Jan. 16, 2022 - Great Resignation, Labor Shortages
By Workforce Monitor • Issue #45 • View online
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New Posts Since Last Issue
FEATURE ARTICLE: Attempting to Explain the Great Resignation
REPORT SUMMARY: How Employers Combat Labor Shortages
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Seven Digital Badge Myths: Debunking Common Misconceptions | Credly
Student Success and Workforce Revitalization | Colorado Commission on Higher Education and the
Student Success and Workforce Revitalization Task Force
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Indianapolis scholarship pays off college bills, giving students another shot at a degree | Open Campus
Rise with the STARs: Building a Stronger Labor market for STARs, Communities, and Employers | Opportunity@Work
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