In this Washington Post article, Greg Case and Julie Sweet write about how the U.S. currently has more job openings than unemployed individuals to fill them. Case and Sweet use information from the CEW report, “America’s Divided Recovery: College Haves and Have-Nots.”
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.
In this AP article, Christopher Rugaber writes about how the earnings gap between college graduates and everyone else has reached its widest point in history. The article cites Georgetown Center on Education and the Workforce’s America’s Divided Recovery report.
In this Huffington Post article, Brian Ross presents an analysis on the percentages of unemployed citizens and the impact automation could have on the job market. The article cites America’s Divided Recovery, a report by the Georgetown University Center on Education and the Workforce.
Howard Gold of MarketWatch offers his opinion on how education affected the 2016 presidential election outcomes. Gold uses data from “America’s Divided Recovery” on how people with a bachelor’s degree took more than 70% of 11.6 million jobs created since the Great Recession.
In this PBS Newshour article, Matt Krupnick shares the story of a 29-year-old pregnant mother who is forced to find a new daycare since the campus daycare service is no longer an option. The article presents some services that are being cut for older students as college budgets tighten. The article quotes a statistic from “America’s Divided Recovery.”
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.