Workforce Monitor Weekly - Oct. 3, 2021 - Beyond "Train and Pray," Older Workers, Connecting Ed & Career

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Workforce Monitor Weekly - Oct. 3, 2021 - Beyond "Train and Pray," Older Workers, Connecting Ed & Career
By Workforce Monitor • Issue #33 • View online
Hi Everyone:
Welcome to the 33rd issue of the Workforce Monitor Weekly.
Thanks for stopping by,
George Lorenzo, Editor

New Posts Since Last Issue
Three Report Summaries:
Beyond “Train and Pray”: State Training Policies to Connect Workers to Good Jobs | New America
Digital Skills and Older Workers: Supporting Success in Training and Employment in a Digital World | Urban Institute
Working to Learn: Despite a growing set of innovators, America struggles to connect education and career | Harvard Business School
Editors' Picks
Invasion of the College Snatchers | Century Foundation
We need a 'no results, no funding' workforce policy - Work Shift
Workforce Collaboratives Are Helping the Service Sector Rebuild | National Fund for Workforce Solutions
Outcomes and Metrics that Matter
Embedding Career Services at Higher Education’s Core | Handshake
The College Class Crisis | Washington Monthly
Developing Careers of the Future: A Study of Student Access to, and Interest in, Computer Science | Gallup
Employers want to reskill, not rehire, in current market | HR Dive
Industry and Inclusion: A Blueprint for Action | Century Foundation
Expanding incumbent training and diversity in manufacturing could solve the unmet demand for workers | WorkingNation
OPINION: Why working while in college can be a bad investment for students | Hechinger Report
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