In this article, Lisa Leff from Associated Press talks about vocational education making a comeback in US high schools. She quotes Anthony Carnevale that the trend represents a course correction from efforts over the past 30 years.
In this MarketWatch article, Jillian Berman cites our African-American Majors report, saying African-American college graduates are overrepresented in some of the lowest-paying majors and underrepresented in some of the nation’s fastest growing and highest paying fields
In this Money Magazine article, author Brad Tuttle uses our Underemployment report saying the underemployment rate declined to 10% in 2015, down from 17% during the recession’s darkest days.
The Chronicle of Higher Education: “In New Graduates’ Unemployment Rates, That Predictable ‘Summer Surge’,” by Libby Sander (8.13.13)
In this The Atlantic article, Emily DeRuy mentions CEW that a college degree is still one of the best paths to success and financial stability.
In this MarketWatch article, Jillian Berman writes about a new way for students to bridge the gap between federal student loans and the cost of college: income share agreements.
In this Time Money Magazine article, Kim Clark talks about four-year colleges that offer the best value for African-American students. She mentions CEW’s analysis to identify colleges that produce relatively high earners.