In The News

The following is our media coverage overall. If you would like to see media coverage specific by report please visit our Reports section.


Six tips for going to college and working full-time, from a student struggling to do both

In this Hechinger Report op-ed, Luz Pineda talks about the difficulties of working and going to college full-time. Pineda uses information from the report, “Learning While Earning: The New Normal” from the Georgetown University Center on Education and the Workforce.

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How Trump’s immigration ban threatens health care, in 3 charts

In this Vox article, Julia Belluz and Sarah Frostenson go over the potential impact of Trump’s immigration ban on the health care sector. The report quotes Nicole Smith, chief economist at the Georgetown University Center on Education and the Workforce.

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How Trump’s immigration ban could worsen rural doctor shortage

In this podcast, Dan Gorenstein interviews Nicole Smith, our chief economist, about the potential impact that Trump’s immigration ban could have in the health care systems of rural areas.

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Why I No Longer Call Myself A Feminist

In this article, Serena Santamaria from Cosmopolitan,  presents her views on feminism. The article quotes the report,  “What’s it Worth?: The Economic Value of College Majors” from the Georgetown University Center on Education and the Workforce.

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You might be a millionaire today — if not for these jerks

In this MarketWatch article, Catey Hill presents a study that reveals that bullied students score lower tests on math tests. Hill uses data from the report, “Six Million Missing Jobs,” by the Georgetown University Center on Education and the Workforce.

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Wanted: Factory Workers, Degree Required

In this New York Times article, Jeff Selingo discusses the increased need for higher-skilled workers in the manufacturing industry He quotes Dr. Anthony Carnevale in his article.

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Business is the most popular college major, but that doesn’t mean it’s a good choice

In this Washington Post article, Jeffrey Selingo provides advice on how to chose a college major. He talks to Dr. Carnevale about the majors that provide the bigger return on investment over a lifetime.

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If You Want a Cool Internship This Summer, You Should Do This Right Now

In this Time Money article, Kaitlin Mulhere provides recommendations for students seeking a summer internship. Mulhere quotes Georgetown University Center on Education and the Workforce’s report, “Learning While Earning: The New Normal.”

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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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‘Reparation and Reconciliation’

In this article, Scott Jaschik discusses Christi Smith’s book, “Reparation & Reconciliation,” which is focused on the efforts made by society to create colleges in the South. Jaschik quotes Dr. Carnevale on the current gap between black and white students.

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