Bridging The Growing College Divide Among Young Americans
from The Hill
The polarization of the labor market — or decline in medium-skill jobs — is one of the more pressing concerns in today's economy. News stories abound of a shrinking middle class and a deficit of opportunity for those without a college degree. There is a corresponding divide in educational attainment, particularly among young Americans, who are earning four-year college and graduate degrees in record numbers. As the return from higher education becomes more nuanced, it has implications for education and workforce policy.
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