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  • Center on Education and the Workforce - Georgetown University
    sex industry and occupation A Decade Behind Projections of Education and Employment in 17 southern states through 2020 Healthcare By 2020 1 out of every 5 dollars will be spent on healthcare in the U S In this report we project 5 6 million jobs in the healthcare sector by 2020 82 of which will require postsecondary education Certificates Gateway to Gainful Employment and College Degrees Certificates are the fastest growing postsecondary credential and second only to Bachelor s degrees in the number earned each year In this report we provide a comprehensive analysis of the returns to certificates and who earns them Hard Times College Majors Unemployment and Earnings Not All College Degrees Are Created Equal Despite hard times for recent graduates college is still worth it Career Clusters A postsecondary education is the best path to the middle class but others exist We examine which career clusters offer the most promising opportunity for job seekers of varying education levels STEM Science Technology Engineering and Mathematics workers are the source of growth and innovation but meeting the economy s demand for these critical skills will be challenging The Midwest Challenge This report finds that the twelve Midwestern states are no longer dependent on manufacturing New jobs in the region will be in high skill service industries such as education and healthcare The College Payoff College pays off over a lifetime but occupation gender race and ethnicity matter too The report also details how some workers can make more than their better educated counterparts The Undereducated American The United States has been underproducing college educated workers for 30 years and is paying for it with increased income inequality What s It Worth The Economic Value of College Majors This report details the relationships between major gender race ethnicity attending graduate

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  • Center on Education and the Workforce - Site Map
    Other Publications Media CEW In the News Staff Authored Report Coverage Resources Events Policy Multimedia About About the Center Staff FAQs Partners Media Kit Contact Us Did You Know The combination of people who earn AAs and postsecondary certificates each year often equals or surpasses the number of people who earn BAs particularly in natural science computer and business fields The Age of And Are Community Colleges Fulfilling Their Missions

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    Certificates are the fastest growing postsecondary credential and second only to Bachelor s degrees in the number earned each year In this report we provide a comprehensive analysis of the returns to certificates and who earns them Hard Times College Majors Unemployment and Earnings Not All College Degrees Are Created Equal January 4 2012 Despite hard times for recent graduates college is still worth it Career Clusters November 14 2011 A postsecondary education is the best path to the middle class but others exist We examine which career clusters offer the most promising opportunity for job seekers of varying education levels STEM October 20 2011 Science Technology Engineering and Mathematics workers are the source of growth and innovation but meeting the economy s demand for these critical skills will be challenging The Midwest Challenge September 13 2011 This report finds that the twelve Midwestern states are no longer dependent on manufacturing New jobs in the region will be in high skill service industries such as education and healthcare The College Payoff August 5 2011 College pays off over a lifetime but occupation gender race and ethnicity matter too The report also details how some workers can make more than their better educated counterparts The Undereducated American June 26 2011 The United States has been underproducing college educated workers for 30 years and is paying for it with increased income inequality What s It Worth The Economic Value of College Majors May 24 2011 This report details the relationships between major gender race ethnicity attending graduate school and earnings How Increasing College Access is Increasing Inequality and What to Do about It June 16 2010 The good news is that more students are going to college The bad news is that today s students find themselves in an increasingly stratified system

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  • Center on Education and the Workforce - Other Publications
    Policies Current Obama administration policies emphasize Pell grant funding and community colleges In a recent paper published by the Urban Institute Dr Carnevale argues that postsecondary education should also be aligned with employment policy Download Graduated Success Sustainable Economic Opportunity Through One and Two Year Credentials The Center on Education and the Workforce contributes to a new report outlining how AA degrees and certificates can lead to higher paying jobs than 4 year degrees Download Help Wanted Postsecondary Education and Training Required Help Wanted Postsecondary Education and Training Required attests to the increasing importance of postsecondary credentials for achieving middle class earnings and status Download A Real Analysis of Real Education In A Real Analysis of Real Education Dr Carnevale examines Charles Murray s views on limiting access to college degrees Download Selection From the Entrepreneurial University to Support Liberal Education Responding to recent criticism of humanities based curricula Dr Carnevale looks at the burgeoning tension between liberal education and knowledge as economic capital Download The Workplace Realities The Workplace Realities underscores the increasingly competitive labor market and global knowledge economy which places premiums on proven education occupational degrees and certified experience Download College for All In College for All

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  • Center on Education and the Workforce - In the News
    STEM 2011 and Hard Times 2012 in his argument that high schools shouldn t require students to take algebra The reports detail the share of entry level jobs that will require proficiency in algebra in the coming decade as well as the unemployment rates of colleges graduates who majored in engineering and computer science Download For Profit Grads Wage Disadvantage July 3 2012 Scott Jaschik of Inside Higher Ed interviews Center Director Anthony P Carnevale about a recent study by the National Bureau of Economic Research which analyzed the earnings benefits of for profit and nonprofit postsecondary institutions Download Healthcare in the Washington Post July 1 2012 CEW Director Anthony P Carnevale is interviewed by Steven Overly of the Washington Post The article details the surge in healthcare jobs and relatively thin waistlines of the DC metro area based on our June 2012 report Healthcare Download Dropping Out With Debt June 12 2012 Student loan debt in the U S adds up to more than a trillion dollars putting a major strain on graduates But the weight of debt is even heavier for those who leave school without receiving a degree Host Michel Martin speaks with Anthony Carnevale who heads the Center on Education and the Workforce at Georgetown University Download What 0 unemployment looks like May 15 2012 May 15 2012 CNNMoney Annalyn Censky uses our January 2012 report Hard Times to imagine a world without unemployment She features four degrees from the report where there are enough job openings for every worker Download Vocation or Exploration Pondering the Purpose of College May 4 2012 New York Times May 4 2012 Alina Tugend interviews Anthony P Carnevale Director of the Georgetown University Center on Education and the Workforce as she ponders the purpose of college Download Market forces turn

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  • Center on Education and the Workforce - Staff Authored Editorials
    Middle Class Life College is Crucial by Anthony P Carnevale 4 9 2012 McKinsey on Society College still makes sense by Anthony P Carnevale 3 2012 Chronicle of Higher Education Our Economically Polarized College System Separate and Unequal by Anthony Carnevale and Jeff Strohl 9 25 2011 Bangor Daily News Want a Job Stay in College As Long As You Can by Anthony P Carnevale 9 18 2011 Washington Post The main lesson from a down job market Stay in school As long as you can by Anthony P Carnevale 9 16 2011 New York Times Just a Start by Anthony P Carnevale 9 6 2011 Huffington Post Missed Connection The College Career Gap by Anthony P Carnevale 9 2 2011 Inside Higher Ed Missing the Point by Anthony P Carnevale and Michelle Melton 8 26 2011 The New Republic What s So Bad About a Slow Economic Recovery by Stephen J Rose 8 23 2011 New York Times Can Manufacturing Fuel a U S Recovery by Stephen J Rose 8 4 2011 New York Times Yale Versus Jail by Anthony P Carnevale 4 4 2011 New York Times Why Race Still Matters by Anthony P Carnevale 2 13 2011

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  • Center on Education and the Workforce - Report Coverage
    14 2012 STEM October 20 2012 The Midwest Challenge Matching Jobs with Education in the Post Recession Economy The College Payoff Education Occupations Lifetime Earnings August 5 2011 The Undereducated American June 26 2011 What s It Worth The Economic Value of College Majors May 24 2011 Rewarding Strivers How Increasing College Access Is Increasing Inequality and What to Do about It June 16 2010 Help Wanted Projections of Jobs

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  • Center on Education and the Workforce - Events
    workforce development and opportunity Carnegie Endowment for International Peace What is the Future of Work May 1 2012 In early May Senior Economist Stephen Rose shared his research on the changing structure of work in the United States over the past 60 years and what lies ahead What Today s College Students Are Learning and Why It Matters April 3 4 2012 Senior Economist Stephen Rose participated in a symposium hosted by The Atlantic where he discussed the future of liberal arts education at four year universities He was joined by college presidents and journalists throughout the nation Tennessee College Completion Academy April 3 2012 Tennessee Governor Bill Haslam led a conversation with Tennesse higher education leaders about the future of postsecondary education and workforce development Senior Economist Nicole Smith spoke on a panel of experts about what it will mean for Tennessee to get to 60 postsecondary attainment in the coming decade AAAS Conference February 28 2012 In late March Advancing Science Serving Society AAAS held a conference on issues related to STEM with an emphasis on male minority populations Senior Economist Nicole Smith discussed opportunities for minorities and women in STEM fields and occupations 100Kin10 Partner Summit February 21 2012 100Kin10 an organization charged with the goal of training 100 000 STEM teachers in the next 10 years held its partner summit in late February Center Director Anthony P Carnevale spoke on a panel of experts about the future of STEM and the findings of our STEM report released last fall Secretary of Education Arne Duncan gave the keynote address New Hampshire Forum on the Future New Hampshire College and University Council February 15 2012 Senior Economist Stephen Rose spoke to a group of business leaders members of the New Hampshire state legislature and others about the economic

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