Monthly Archives: July 2010

Part 1 of 2: Startling News from Georgetown Center for Education and the Workforce (CEW)

Having digested Georgetown CEW’s most recent publication, I wanted to post a few quick summary notes. This report may stand as a milestone in our understanding of how well education coordinates, and interacts with the specifications of industry. Basically, the … Continue reading

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Let the summer be of green shoots

Getting ready to surf positive trends As colleges matriculate approximately 1.8 million individuals into the economy, the unemployment rate for young people under 25 remains daunting.[1] However, despite previous quarters, there is upward momentum in hiring for this demographic with … Continue reading

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