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Youth apprenticeships are growing, but federal data are too limited to tell us anything conclusive about the success of the model, writes Taylor White of New America. That's a problem. The post When it comes to young adults in apprenticeships, new federal data don’t tell the full story appeared first on Work Shift.
Going to college isn't an automatic ticket to a stronger network, writes Julia Freeland Fisher, author of "Who You Know." Institutions have to design for it. The post Can campus connections drive economic mobility? Yes, but not with the ‘same old’ approach appeared first on Work Shift.
Women and girls still dramatically lag in participation, and both women and Black youth get less of a wage boost. The post Youth apprentices doubled in the past decade—but rewards were uneven appeared first on Work Shift.
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