In this Time Money article, Kim Clark discusses a new report finding graduates of public universities often do better in the job market than graduates of similar private colleges. She quotes Anthony Carnevale in her article.
In this The Atlantic article, Ronald Brownstein discusses Hillary Clinton’s proposal to make public colleges tuition-free and what it could mean for lower- and middle-income students. He quotes Anthony Carnevale in his article.
In this Chicago Tribune article, Gail MarksJarvis reports that taking on some loans for college is not inherently dangerous if you pay attention to the type of loans you choose and are honest with yourself about your career plans. She mentions CEW in her article.
In this CNN Money article, Patrick Gillespie writes about Hillary Clinton’s speech that the nation would create more than 10 million new jobs under her tenure, while it would lose 3.4 million under Donald Trump. He mentions CEW in this article.
In this US News article, Erin Lowry writes that freshmen should understand the truth behind building a strong credit history and how a credit score works. She cites our report, “Learning While Earning: The New Normal” in her article.
In this The Atlantic article, Gillian B. White writes that workers with a college degree made up 36 percent of the labor market, making them the largest group of American workers. She cites our new report, “America’s Divided Recovery: College Haves and Have-Nots” in her article.