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Workforce Monitor Weekly - July 18, 2021

Workforce Monitor
Workforce Monitor Weekly - July 18, 2021
By Workforce Monitor • Issue #22 • View online
Hi Everyone:
Welcome to issue #22. As always, please feel free to contact me anytime at
Thanks for stopping by,
George Lorenzo

Newly Published Books:
Career Ready Education Through Experiential Learning | IGI Global
The Great Skills Gap: Optimizing Talent for the Future of Work | Stanford Business Books
New Content Since Last Issue:
InnovateBIO ATE Center and Membership Org Keeps the Biotechnology Field Well Informed
Unlocking Experience-Based Job Progressions for Millions of Workers
Ready for What? How Multiple Graduation Pathways Do-and Do Not-signal Readiness for College and Careers
Creating the Future Workforce Today
Pushing Predatory Products: How Public Universities are Partnering with Unaccountable Contractors to Drive Students Toward Risky Private Debt and Credit
Editors' Picks:
Credential Transparency and Informed Decision-Making in Indiana | WCET Frontiers
The Importance of Incremental Credentialing: An Employer’s View | The EvoLLLution
Policy Hackathon: How to get more Americans back to work | POLITICO
Belnick: For Free Community College to Work, Students Must Be Able to Transfer Their Credits. How Some States Are Making That Easier | The 74
Spotlight: The Christensen Institute's Work on Social Capital  | Education Strategy Group
How Are States Spending Their COVID Education Relief Funds? | The 74
The Relationship Between Education
and Income: Separating Fact from
Myth to Inform State Strategy | Michigan Future Inc.
The Apprenticeship: An Underutilized Tool for Employers in an Uncertain World | Greater Houston Partnership
Student perception of higher ed's value falls again, survey finds | Higher Ed Dive
6.2 million unable to work because employer closed or lost business due to the pandemic, June 2021 | The Economics Daily: U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics
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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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