One in five employed American adults with a bachelor’s degree lacks important skills in literacy, with one in three falling below proficient levels in numeracy.
Dandelion Energy has hit licensing snags, geography challenges, and limits on local training as it tries to hire workers to drill the wells for its heat pumps.
Advocates for alternative education pathways also work to make sure participants in non-college programs can earn college credit.
Demand for non-degree, career-focused, and skill-based post-secondary education was growing rapidly before the pandemic, 2U's ceo said, and that's only grown.
The nation doesn’t have a labor shortage, one expert says. But it certainly has an opportunity gap and a dysfunctional labor market.
Tech jobs aren't the center of the Biden workforce proposals, but that doesn't mean demand for those skills has waned.
Demand is surging for allied health care workers. Futuro Health is an unusual model worth watching, bringing together a wide collection of partners to tackle the enormous societal challenge.
Interest in apprenticeships and other non-traditional pathways to jobs reflects shifts in how people prepare for the job market and move through careers.
Will new hiring models open doors to well-paying and satisfying careers? Or will they track some groups into unstable, low-wage jobs?
The partnership among Miami Dade College, SoftBank, and Correlation One could be a model for creating more tech career opportunities for job seekers from underrepresented groups.