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Interactive State Map

Use our interactive map of the U.S. to view state-level research on job projections, the economic value of college majors, and sector studies on healthcare, nursing, and STEM.



Why aren’t more people pursuing #certificates? Dr. Carnevale comments in this @TeamGoodCall article: ow.ly/skSP3059Zfi

Mature working learners are more likely to be enrolled in #certificate programs and employer-sponsored training. bit.ly/1kdSaB2

African American #pharmacy workers make nearly $35K less than white pharmacy workers. Read more: ow.ly/v4oy304HALh

Work is more than just a salary. It’s part of one’s identity. Learn more: bit.ly/1kdSaB2 #CEWemployment pic.twitter.com/ltwsFh0zqj

Twitter Media

.@JLCarter_Sr sits down to chat with Dr. Carnevale, discussing his lifelong examination of the American #economy. ow.ly/3jw83059Zgh

Are multiple #college rankings creating confusion? Read more in this @NYT article: ow.ly/HmC1305p5AL @JamesStewartNYT

Finding a #college that will prepare you for the #workforce is essential. Read: ow.ly/VffD304dKNW @usnews

Is an #apprenticeship or trade school right for you? Read more:ow.ly/XFvz304XgVi

See the distribution of hours worked between young working learners and mature working learners.… twitter.com/i/web/status/7…

How Much Graduates Earn Drives More College Rankings

In this New York Times article, James Stewart writes about the college scorecard. He says that while there are many different college scorecards, none of the rankings agree on the “best” college. He cites our Ranking Your College report in his article.


Community College Enrollments Drop

In this Inside Higher Ed article, Ashley Smith examines why community college enrollments are low. She quotes Dr. Carnevale in her article.


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

Anthony P. Carnevale
Director and Research Professor