Workforce Development Is Changing To Meet The ‘New Normal,’ And Community Colleges Could Be At The Forefront

Traditional higher education is a critical part of workforce development, but community colleges might be the best option for people dealing with COVID related shifts. Even before the pandemic, most executives surveyed by McKinsey identified skills shortages at their companies (with more to come), but fewer than half understand how to fill those gaps. Pandemic-bred uncertainty has only heightened the need for a nimbler workforce, including reskilling and up-skilling workers, to meet a future in which 375 million global workers might need to make significant occupational shifts by 2030. College programs can address those gaps, but recent reporting shows an existential crisis for […]

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