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.
In this piece in The Evolllution, Nan Travers discusses innovation in higher education. Travers cites CEW reports “Recovery: Job Growth and Education Requirements through 2020” and “The Unequal Race for Good Jobs.”
In this New Yorker article, Masha Gessen explores how the coronavirus pandemic has caused stakeholders in higher education to question its purpose. Gessen cites CEW report “The College Payoff.”
In this Education Dive article, Natalie Schwartz writes about questions experts are asking about the increasingly popular alternative credential marketplace. Schwartz cites the CEW report “Three Educational Pathways to Good Jobs: High School, Middle Skills, and Bachelor’s Degree.”
Shawn Zeller writes in Roll Call about research on the role of gender bias in American elections from the past few decades. Zeller cites the recent CEW report “May the Best Woman Win? Education and Bias Against Women in American Politics.”
This article in The Lily cites the recent CEW report “May the Best Woman Win? Education and Bias Against Women in American Politics” to evaluate the potential role of gender bias in the upcoming 2020 election.
In this Washington Post analysis, Amber Phillips writes about the role that gender bias could play in the 2020 presidential election. Phillips cites the CEW report “May the Best Woman Win?: Education and Bias Against Women in American Politics.”
In this CNBC article, Stan Litow explains why many potential retirees can’t stop working. Litow cites the CEW report “Help Wanted: Projections of Jobs and Education Requirements Through 2018.”