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Workforce Monitor Weekly - Oct. 31, 2021 - Exploring the FOW, Voices from WFD Systems

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Workforce Monitor Weekly - Oct. 31, 2021 - Exploring the FOW, Voices from WFD Systems
By Workforce Monitor • Issue #37 • View online
Welcome to issue #37.
Thanks for stopping by,
George Lorenzo

New Posts Since Last Issue
Feature Article: Exploring the Future of Work
Report Summary: Voices from the Field: Workforce Responses to COVID-19
Editors' Picks
‘Connecting College and Careers’: An Inside Higher Ed Report
Scary Story: The Decline And Fall Of Entry-Level Nursing Jobs | Forbes
Austin Community College Scholarship Fund Helps Learners Start Here, Get There Through the Community College Growth Engine Fund | Education Design Lab
The New World of Jobs: Too Many and Not Enough | Jewish Journal
The health care worker shortage has plagued us for decades. Why haven’t we fixed it yet? | WorkingNation
New Blog Series: Competency Transparency in Learning and Labor Market Systems | Credential Engine
Training more than 40 million new people on Google Cloud skills | techwire
Google is giving all U.S. community colleges free access to their 4 career certificates | CNBC
Commentary: Coursera and the uncertain future of higher education
Why Black women and Americans without college degrees are getting left behind in the economic recovery | The Washington Post
Book explores whether surveys of workforce training program participants are useful | Upjohn Institute
The new currency of social capital | Handshake
Educator Micro-credentials Policy Map Provides an Update of State and District Use of Micro-credentials | Digital Promise
Facing compounding stressors, many American workers plan to change jobs in coming year: Low salaries, long hours and lack of opportunity for growth are most likely to contribute to work-related stress | ScienceDaily
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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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