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Opinion: 'Entrepreneurial Education' Will Prepare Students to Succeed in a Post-Pandemic World - Times of San Diego

Gig work and virtual online businesses will continue to grow after the pandemic, offering huge opportunities for students prepared with entrepreneurial skills.

First Lady Dr. Jill Biden commits to free access to community college, training

WASHINGTON (AP) — Jill Biden is pushing free access to community college and training programs, saying the schools will be an important part of Biden administration efforts to rebuild the...

The changing landscape of employment

What jobs and their availability will look like in the wake of COVID-19 is uncertain, but there is little doubt the landscape of employment is changing.

Planning for a Changing Labor Market

Shifting labor markets due to COVID-19 recovery require new data analyses to identify in-demand sectors. A panel of experts will discuss tools and approaches to accomplish that goal.

Americans seeking to change job fields prefer nondegree training to make the jump

A quarter of Americans say they would pursue education or training within six months if they lost their job, but most prefer nondegree training over the traditional college route.

Start Stacking: A Conscious Approach to Addressing Skills Gaps

With stackable credentials, colleges are able to better serve the needs of their students, communities and the local workforce.
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