Danielle Douglas-Gabriel writes for the Washington Post about a partnership between Paul Quinn and Guild Education to provide education benefits to working adults. Douglas-Gabriel quotes CEW Director Anthony P. Carnevale about how this move represents the future of workforce training.
Anayat Durrani writes for US News & World Report about the benefits of a US liberal arts education. Durrani cites the CEW report “ROI of Liberal Arts Colleges.”
Lindsay McKenzie writes for Inside Higher Ed about employer-assisted tuition programs, quoting CEW Director Anthony P. Carnevale on why workers don’t take advantage of these programs.
In this Inside Higher Ed article, Elizabeth Redden writes about new CEW research on higher education and authoritarianism, quoting CEW Chief Economist Nicole Smith.
AnnaMaria Andriotis writes for the Wall Street Journal about the financial difficulties that many middle-class Americans—especially those who live in or near cities—are facing during the COVID-19 pandemic. Andriotis quotes CEW Director Anthony P. Carnevale about new challenges for the professional workforce.
Noah Smith argues in an op-ed for Bloomberg that the financial challenges that US colleges and universities are facing amid the pandemic are going to lead these schools to admit more wealthy students—ultimately making college admissions more unfair. Smith cites the CEW report “Born to Win, Schooled to Lose.”
In this Quartz article, Ana Campoy and Dan Kopf write about the wide gaps in salaries between Black and White Americans in the country’s highest-paying jobs. Campoy and Kopf quote CEW Director of Research Jeff Strohl and cite the findings of the CEW report “The Unequal Race for Good Jobs.”
In this Inside Higher Ed article, Emma Whitford discusses how the pandemic is affecting workers and industries based on a survey from the Strada Education Network. Whitford quotes CEW Chief Economist Nicole Smith on how interconnected the labor market is.