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Workforce Monitor Weekly - June 6, 2021

Workforce Monitor
Workforce Monitor Weekly - June 6, 2021
By Workforce Monitor • Issue #17 • View online
Hi Everyone:
Welcome to the 17th weekly issue. We added a new category - Labor Market Information (LMI) - to the site. As always, please feel free to contact me anytime at
Thanks for stopping by,
George Lorenzo

New WFM Content Since Last Issue:
New Directions for Non-Degree Credentialing Research
Federal Grants for Apprenticeships are Shifting the Postsecondary Landscape
In Search of the “Path of Least Resistance to the Most Knowledge for the Most People”
Fundamental Health Reform Like ‘Medicare for All’ Would Help the Labor Market
Editors' Picks:
Long Slide Looms for World Population, With Sweeping Ramifications | The New York Times
How Community Colleges Can Lead Our Economic Recovery | Strada Education Network
The Chamber of Commerce just sounded the alarm on America’s labor crisis — and it’s blaming a lack of qualified workers for a historically stark shortfall | Business Insider
HE should prepare students for life not just livelihood | University World News
The Labor Market Needs the ‘Soft’ Skills Older Workers Have | The Bulwark
Exploring online internships amidst the COVID-19 pandemic in 2020 | Center for Research on College-Workforce Transitions (CCWT)
University of Wisconsin-Madison
New Cengage Report Finds Recent College Graduates Feel Underqualified to Enter the Workforce | PR Newswire
Strategically Virtual: The Shift Toward Virtual Interviewing and what it Means for the Public Workforce System | Heldrich Center for Workforce Development
WorkLife with Adam Grant: A TED original podcast | TED
How to Address Worker Skill Gaps in the Return to Work | MIT Sloan Management Review
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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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