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The high school pathway still accounts for 20% of good jobs, the middle-skills pathway accounts for 24%, and the BA pathway accounts for 56%. Learn more about the 3 #edu pathways: bit.ly/2A7fewr #GoodJobsData #CEWrelease

test Twitter Media - The high school pathway still accounts for 20% of good jobs, the middle-skills pathway accounts for 24%, and the BA pathway accounts for 56%. Learn more about the 3 #edu pathways: https://t.co/PT3mmwYIGm #GoodJobsData #CEWrelease https://t.co/p556N16veT

All of the growth in new good jobs in the non-BA economy has been in middle-skills jobs, especially those that require an associate’s degree. Learn more in our new #CEWrelease: bit.ly/2A7fewr #GoodJobsData @JPMorgan

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MBA Enrollment Is Down Again. What’s the Future of the Degree?

In this Washington Post opinion piece, Jeffrey Selingo writes about the decline of students applying to M.B.A. programs and how some universities are adapting. Selingo quotes Anthony P. Carnevale, Director of the Georgetown CEW.

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Three Nontraditional Ways to Get a Bachelor’s Degree

In this U.S. News article, Mariya Greeley writes about alternatives students can consider for pursuing a bachelor’s degree. Greeley cites the Georgetown CEW report “The College Payoff.”

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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