America’s Divided Recovery: College Haves and Have- Nots Coverage By Report

America’s Divided Recovery: College Haves and Have- Nots Coverage By Report


Three Questions for Higher Education

In this Inside Higher Ed piece, Daniel Greenstein presents an analysis on how the current political scenario will impact higher education. Greenstein also discusses how elite institutions have been unable to tackle the growing opportunity gap in the country.

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Pay gap between college grads and everyone else at a record

In this AP article, Christopher Rugaber writes about how the earnings gap between college graduates and everyone else has reached its widest point in the history. The article quotes Georgetown Center on Education and the Workforce’s America’s Divided Recovery report.

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Trump’s Job Promise – Can He Build A Wall Around Automation?

In this Huffington Post article, Brian Ross presents an analysis on the percentages of unemployed citizens and the impact automation could take on the job market. The article quotes Georgetown’s Center for Education in the Workforce America’s Divided Recovery report.

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Actually, There Are Still Good Blue-Collar Jobs

In this Bloomberg View article, Justin Fox explores the possibilities for blue-collar jobs. He quotes “America’s Divided Recovery: College Haves and Have-Nots” in his article.

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“If the anger that propelled Trump’s win is economic, can higher education fix it?

In this Hechinger Report article, Jon Marcus goes over the idea that Trump’s victory highlights the importance of higher education to achieve success. The article mentions our America’s Divided Recovery report.

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High School Alone Won’t Get You A Good Job

In this Deseret News OP-ED, Greg Bell, former Lieutenant Governer of Utah, writes about the importance of postsecondary education in today’s economy. He cites our report, America’s Divided Recovery: College Haves and Have-Nots, regarding how most of the new jobs added to the economy have gone to workers with at least some college education.  ...

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Why it Matters: Minimum Wage

In this US News article, Christopher Rugaber discusses how minimum wage has become an economic concern. He mentions key findings from our report, “America’s Divided Recovery” in his article.

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SHEEO Member Highlight: 60x30TX Success is Needed to Compete in the Global Market

In this States Higher Education Executive Officers Association post, Raymund Paredes, Commissioner of Higher Education, writes about the important role postsecondary education plays in today’s competitive workforce and the 60x30TX goal. He mentions our report, “America’s Divided Recovery: College Haves and Have Nots” in his post.

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Are Low-Skill Workers America’s Next Great Economic Resource?

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.

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More evidence that getting a good job almost always requires a college degree

In this MarketWatch article, Jillian Berman reports that a college degree is more expensive and more necessary than ever to earn a decent living. She cites our new report, “America’s Divided Recovery: College Haves and Have-Nots” in her article.

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