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Workforce Monitor Weekly - Nov. 14, 2021 - BRIDGES Child Care Program, Hidden Workers, Cybersecurity Careers for Women

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Workforce Monitor Weekly - Nov. 14, 2021 - BRIDGES Child Care Program, Hidden Workers, Cybersecurity Careers for Women
By Workforce Monitor • Issue #39 • View online
Welcome to issue #39.
We’re taking a Thanksgiving break, so next issue will be posted on Sunday, November 28.
Thanks for stopping by,
George Lorenzo
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New Posts Since Last Issue
Feature Article: BRIDGES Rural grant spurs free, after-school child care program for parent learners at Washington State Community College
Feature Article: Overlapping Grant Initiatives Aim to Attract Females to Cybersecurity Careers
Report Summary: Hidden Workers: Untapped Potential
Editors' Picks
Moving Up: Promoting workers economic mobility using network analysis | Brookings
Do we know what jobs are in high demand? | Work Shift
Companies scramble to recruit college students amid a booming job market | Work Shift
Labor Force Composition during the COVID-19 Pandemic | St. Louis Fed
Mapping the Community College Baccalaureate | New America
Back to Work: This week, we found career pathways in the infrastructure, solar energy, and food processing sectors | WorkingNation
A vicious job market feedback loop is making the Great Resignation even worse — for employers | CNBC
The tech industry still has a diversity issue. We're here to tell you about some solutions. | WorkingNation
Making Sense of Credentials: An Interview with Scott Cheney | NCEE
Talent Attraction Scorecard - Emsi
From Our Library
Higher Ed’s Challenge to Meet the Job Needs of Students in a Post-COVID World Raising Awareness and Providing a Path to Biotech Careers
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