The education revolution that could solve the labor shortage

From Fortune: “We recently surveyed Gen Z high schoolers as part of our Question the Quo campaign, which seeks to inform students about the higher education options available to them and help them pursue the right career path. We found that less than half of teenagers are considering a four-year degree. Instead, they are opting for shorter, more career-focused programs. In fact, 45% prefer programs they can complete in two years or less—a significant shift from pre-pandemic levels. Meanwhile, nearly 70% want on-the-job training like apprenticeships and internships during their college experience.”

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