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The majority of formal, on-the-job training is provided to prime-age workers, while those ages 24 and younger receive less than 5%. Learn more: bit.ly/2mlCFbM #CEWeconomics

Employers spend $413B on informal, on-the-job training annually. Learn more: bit.ly/2mlCFbM #CEWeconomics

20% of Latinos who enrolled in a CO public college earn a BA, compared to nearly 40% of Whites. Read more: bit.ly/2vqlI6Q @PNS_News

The gender #wagegap is real—even in America’s top colleges and universities. twitter.com/DrLaMontJones/…

Some middle-skills jobs can’t be replaced by automation, at least not yet, including nurses, dental hygienists, and other human-intensive labor. Read more: bit.ly/2AvA6Qi @WorkingNation

Colorado is one of the most educated states, but it still has the fifth lowest on-time graduation rate in the country. bit.ly/2mO3Vlz

Colleges and universities spend $407B on formal education annually, while employers spend $177B. Learn more: bit.ly/2mlCFbM

test Twitter Media - Colleges and universities spend $407B on formal education annually, while employers spend $177B. Learn more: https://t.co/Vr5UXuS3Uq https://t.co/NL64u7yjmN

Many companies are loosening workplace experience requirements and abandoning preferences for college degrees to broaden the job candidate pool. Read more: on.wsj.com/2vqtm0c @kelseykgee @WSJ

.@evolllution explores the meaning of student-centricity and breaks down the current design of the #highered ranking system: bit.ly/2ARDchw

Report Details Wide Latino, White College-Attainment Gaps in Colorado

In this Diverse Issues in Higher Education article, LaMont Jones writes about a new report on college-attainment gaps in Colorado. Jones pulls from the report, “Rocky Mountain Divide: Lifting Latinos and Closing Equity Gaps in Colorado” from the Georgetown University Center on Education and the Workforce.

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College Readiness Courses and Work-Force Development

In this Inside Higher Ed article, Elisabeth Barnett, Jennifer Zinth, and John Squires write about the impact of college readiness courses offered through partnerships between high schools and colleges. The authors pull from the report, “Recovery: Job Growth and Education Requirements through 2020” from the Georgetown University Center on Education and the Workforce.

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The only thing more expensive than going to college is not going to college.

Anthony P. Carnevale
Director and Research Professor