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Learn how employment in the #manufacturing industry has shifted across America in tomorrow’s new #CEWrelease.

“In the wake of the college admissions scandal, our thought experiment tested whether removing legacy and social capital from the admissions equation would have a more equitable outcome.” - Dr. Anthony P. Carnevale Learn more: bit.ly/2RgEg38 #CEWequity

test Twitter Media - “In the wake of the college admissions scandal, our thought experiment tested whether removing legacy and social capital from the admissions equation would have a more equitable outcome.” - Dr. Anthony P. Carnevale Learn more: https://t.co/DSz5BA1doR  #CEWequity https://t.co/7UiuVjj3I5

#Manufacturing increasingly requires workers with education beyond a high school diploma—today, 56% of workers in the industry have postsecondary education. Learn more in our video: bit.ly/2wPin1C #GoodJobsData

With automation, jobs that focus on repetitive tasks are disappearing in favor of jobs that require higher skill levels for more complex tasks, such as office work. Learn more: bit.ly/2XpqKwz #GoodJobsData

Relocating for a job may be a trend of the past. With more flexibility, many workers are opting to work remotely rather than uproot their families. @meghamama explains: bit.ly/2Rk74YH @Marketplace

#Manufacturing output has grown by more than 60% since 1991, while employment in the industry has shrunk by almost 30%. Learn why: bit.ly/2XpqKwz #GoodJobsData

The #manufacturing industry continues to evolve. Learn more in our tweets this week and stay tuned for a new #CEWrelease on Tuesday! bit.ly/2XpqKwz

Test-Only Admissions Would Make Colleges More White, More Wealthy

Lauren Camera writes for US News about CEW’s report “SAT-Only Admissions: How Would It Change College Campuses?” Camera quotes CEW Director Dr. Anthony P. Carnevale and Director of Research Jeff Strohl on the implications of the report amid several debates over college admissions.

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What Would Change With Test-Only Admissions?

In this Inside Higher Ed article, Scott Jaschik writes about CEW’s report “SAT-Only Admission: How Would it Change College Campuses?” and quotes CEW Director of Research Jeff Strohl on how the thought experiment would impact different racial and ethnic groups.

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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