In this MarketWatch article, Jillian Berman writes about declining funding to postsecondary public education and how it has affected enrollment in bachelor’s programs. Berman cites the CEW report “Recovery: Job Growth and Education Requirements Through 2020.”
In this U.S. News and World Report article, Emma Kerr writes about whether rising college tuition costs outweigh the advantage of the degree. Kerr quotes CEW Director Dr. Anthony P. Carnevale and cites the CEW report “Five Rules of the College and Career Game.”
In this letter to the editor in the Washington Post, Ellis Rosenberg argues that disabilities should be included in the SAT’s adversity score. Rosenberg quotes CEW Director Dr. Anthony P. Carnevale on College Board’s new measure.
James Paterson writes in Education Dive about the CEW report “Upskilling and Downsizing in American Manufacturing,” relating findings about the manufacturing industry to trends in the larger economy.
In this Diverse Issues in Higher Education article, LaMont Jones describes the state of manufacturing in America. Jones cites the CEW report “Upskilling and Downsizing in American Manufacturing” and quotes CEW Director Dr. Anthony P. Carnevale and Director of Research Jeff Strohl.
In this Hechinger Report article, Mikhail Zinshteyn writes about the nonprofit Education at Work and the prospect of hiring students for corporate jobs. Zinshteyn quotes CEW Chief Economist Nicole Smith on the companies’ economic incentive to take part in this kind of program.
In this Washington Post article, Helaine Olen writes about how education alone is not enough to reduce socioeconomic inequality. Olen cites CEW’s report “Born to Win, Schooled to Lose.”
Maureen Downey writes in the Atlanta Journal-Constitution about the controversy surrounding the SAT’s introduction of an adversity score and whether to include race as a factor. Downey cites CEW Director Dr. Anthony P. Carnevale’s research on how socioeconomic status affects students’ SAT scores.
More Bad News for Educated Women: The Gender Pay Gap Is Even Wider Among Those With a Bachelor’s Degree
In this MarketWatch article, Jillian Berman writes about the wage gap between men and women with bachelor’s degrees. Berman quotes CEW Chief Economist Nicole Smith on why women choose to pursue caregiving.
In this NBC article, Martha C. White writes about how many Americans are passionate about their second jobs. White quotes CEW Director of Research Jeff Strohl on how younger workers are realizing that it may be safer to stick to a job that pays the bills rather than to take a risk on their dream