Nandita Bose writes for Reuters about how Biden’s infrastructure plan has the potential to create many new jobs for lower middle-income workers. Bose cites the CEW report “15 Million Infrastructure Jobs.”
Gina Chon writes for Reuters about the economic necessity of Biden’s $2.3 trillion infrastructure plan. Chon cites the CEW report “15 Million Infrastructure Jobs.”
In this Community College Daily article, Matthew Dembicki discusses the impact of Biden’s infrastructure program on job training. Dembicki cites the CEW report “15 Million Infrastructure Jobs.”
Elisabeth Buchwald writes for MarketWatch about how people with college degrees are more likely to have received the COVID-19 vaccine than people without a college education. Buchwald cites the CEW blog post “Vaccinations Have Ramped Up, But Has Distribution Been Equitable?”
This Bloomberg article discusses Biden’s plans for COVID-19 vaccine distribution. Bloomberg News cites the CEW blog post “Vaccinations Have Ramped Up, But Has Distribution Been Equitable?”
In this Chronicle of Higher Education article, Scott Carlson discusses how the pandemic may create a large demand for reskilling and retraining programs. Carlson quotes CEW Director Anthony Carnevale about the need for the higher education system to allow students more freedom in where they can receive credentials.
In this EdSource article, Ashley A. Smith, Michael Burke, and Larry Gordon discuss the changes in higher education that may persist even after the pandemic is over. Smith, Burke, and Gordon quote CEW Chief Economist Nicole Smith about how students are questioning the value of online learning.
Robert Cole writes for Forbes about the importance of considering many variables when deciding where to apply to college. Earning potential and graduation rates are significant measures of a school’s quality and cost. Cole cites the CEW report “A First Try at ROI.”