Workforce Monitor Weekly - Jan. 9, 2022 - Most Read, Credential Maze, Sustainable Development

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Workforce Monitor Weekly - Jan. 9, 2022 - Most Read, Credential Maze, Sustainable Development
By Workforce Monitor • Issue #44 • View online
Welcome to Issue #44.
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New Posts Since Last Issue
FEATURE ARTICLES:
2021’s Most Read Workforce Monitor Articles - Workforce Monitor
Credential Chaos: Growing “maze” of education credentials is confusing consumers and employers
Sustainable Development Goals
REPORT SUMMARIES:
Income and Poverty in the United States: 2020 (Income Section)
Income and Poverty in the United States: 2020 (Poverty Section)
Understanding Undergraduates’ Career Preparation Experiences
Editors' Picks
5 Ways To Integrate Career Connection Into College Experience | Strada Education Network
The World Ahead 2022: The fight over the hybrid future of work | The Economist
More than 6,150 news workers were laid off amidst the COVID-19 pandemic | Columbia Journalism Review
What Business Results are Possible When You Redesign Jobs? | National Fund for Workforce Solutions
Coronavirus Relief Funds: States Leverage Federal Funds to Provide Re-Skilling, Up-Skilling, and Job Training for Displaced Workers | Advance CTE
Diversifying Partnerships for Success in Work-Based Learning | National Governors Association
Reimagining Workforce Development: Building Worker Power through Workforce Training Programs | Roosevelt Institute
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