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Workforce Monitor Weekly - Nov. 28, 2021 - Part II On Social Capital, Measuring CC Workforce Ed

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Workforce Monitor Weekly - Nov. 28, 2021 - Part II On Social Capital, Measuring CC Workforce Ed
By Workforce Monitor • Issue #40 • View online
Welcome to Issue #40.
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George Lorenzo
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New Posts Since Last Issue
Special Report: Part II On Social Capital: Impact of Social Class and Capital on Postsecondary Education Decision-Making, Academic Achievement & Work
Report Summary: The Indispensable Institution: Taking the Measure of Community College Workforce Education
Editors' Picks
Report: Universities Helping Workers and Students Upskill | Diverse: Issues In Higher Education
IBM Connected Credentials: Recognizing Skill Development and Progression | IBM Training and Skills Blog
Skilled Beyond Degree | Autodesk and Emsi Burning Glass
America faces a cybersecurity skills crisis: Microsoft launches national campaign to help community colleges expand the cybersecurity workforce |  The Official Microsoft Blog
Workers Aren’t Taking Time Off When They Need It for Fear of Being Judged by Their Supervisor | Allwork.Space
Leaders: Get ready for the boomerang that’s coming after the Great Resignation | Fast Company
Winning the Tech Talent Competition | Center for Strategic and International Studies
‘Indentured servitude’: low pay and grueling conditions fueling US truck driver shortage - Supply chain crisis | The Guardian
The Complete List of Global EdTech Unicorns | HolonIQ
IIE Open Doors Annual Release | Open Doors
Human Centered Recruiting: Tech Is Not As Important As You Think | JOSH BERSIN
From Our Library
Special Report: Data Deluge: Efforts to Create an Effective, Large Scale Federal Workforce & Labor Market Information System (WLMIS) – The “Mess” Explained
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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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