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Workforce Monitor Weekly - July 11, 2021

Workforce Monitor
Workforce Monitor Weekly - July 11, 2021
By Workforce Monitor • Issue #21 • View online
Hi Everyone:
We have thus far published 73 articles (combination of summaries and feature articles) onto the Workforce Monitor (WFM) website since late January 2021. We’re still developing our editorial and are seeking your input through a survey that should take only a few minutes. Please access it at Thank you in advance for your kind consideration.
George Lorenzo, Writer, Editor, Publisher, Curator (email me anytime)

Categories Section
We’d like to take a brief moment to show you our CATEGORIES section, which is a handy way to get a sense of the entire WFM library:
WFM Archive section
WFM Archive section
Please note that next to the word CATEGORIES is a small arrow that gives you access to a drop down menu that lists 11 categories in which articles are slotted, with some crossover. We expect this list to grow as we continue to cover more topics. Suggestions for more categories are welcome.
New Content Since Last Issue
How the Education Strategy Group Delivers Top-Notch Reports and Microsites on Workforce Development and Education
Learning as an Experience: Innovative Training for the Future of Work
Strengthening Career Pathways Through the Power of State and Local Partnerships
5 Steps for Building & Strengthening Students’ Networks
Federal Grants for Apprenticeships are Shifting the Postsecondary Landscape
Editors' Picks
States Expand Apprenticeship Programs as Worker Shortages Grow | Governing
The Rapidly Changing Global Landscape of Microcredentials | The EvoLLLution
[Study Results] Non-Credit to Credit Pathways | UPCEA
Business Should Be Booming — If Only There Were Enough Workers For The Job | NPR
The Labor Market May Be Tighter than the Level of Employment Suggests |
US restaurant sales are back to pre-pandemic levels, so why isn’t restaurant employment? | Quartz
US workers are quitting jobs at historic rates, and many unemployed are not coming back despite record job openings | PIIE
Securing a Nation | Burning Glass Technologies Cyberecurity Report
The 5 factors driving Indiana's record enrollment surge | University Business
Letter Calling on Congressional Leaders to Include Workforce Development in Economic Recovery and Infrastructure Legislation | New America
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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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