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Decorative image for Resource Profile Career Pathways—Approaches for the Delivery of Education, Training, Employment, and Human Services: Summary of Responses to a Request for Information

Career Pathways—Approaches for the Delivery of Education, Training, Employment, and Human Services: Summary of Responses to a Request for Information

2015

This report summarizes responses to a request for information about career pathways systems, including respondent-identified facilitators and barriers to career pathways development and implementation as well as promising practices.

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Decorative image for Resource Profile Building Pathways to Postsecondary Success for Low-Income Young Men of Color

Building Pathways to Postsecondary Success for Low-Income Young Men of Color

2010

This book chapter looks at strategies for connecting male high school dropouts of color between the ages of sixteen and twenty-four to pathways to postsecondary credentials that have value in the labor market.

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Findings from an Examination of the Labor Force Participation of College-Educated Immigrants in the United States

2012

This is the second of a series of papers that examines the labor market underutilization problems experienced by college-educated immigrants who earned their college degrees in other countries compared with their counterparts who earned their college degrees in the United States.

Decorative image for Resource Profile The College Enrollment Behavior of Young Adult High School Dropouts, GED Holders, and High School Graduates with Regular Diplomas in the United States: 2000–2010

The College Enrollment Behavior of Young Adult High School Dropouts, GED Holders, and High School Graduates with Regular Diplomas in the United States: 2000–2010

2012

This resource compares college enrollment among high school dropouts, GED holders, and high school graduates from 2000 to 2010. 

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Decorative image for Resource Profile The Impacts of the GED Credential and Regular High School Diploma on the Employment, Unemployment, Weekly and Annual Earnings, and Income Experiences of Native-Born Adults (16-74) in the U.S. in 2000, 2009, and 2010

The Impacts of the GED Credential and Regular High School Diploma on the Employment, Unemployment, Weekly and Annual Earnings, and Income Experiences of Native-Born Adults (16-74) in the U.S. in 2000, 2009, and 2010

2012

This resource analyzes the effects of the GED and high school diploma on several socioeconomic factors. 

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Decorative image for Resource Profile The Labor Force Behaviors, Labor Market Experiences, and Labor Market Outcomes of the Nation’s Adults with No Post-Secondary Education, 2000-2010: Differences in Outcomes Between High School Dropouts, GED Holders, and High School Graduates

The Labor Force Behaviors, Labor Market Experiences, and Labor Market Outcomes of the Nation’s Adults with No Post-Secondary Education, 2000-2010: Differences in Outcomes Between High School Dropouts, GED Holders, and High School Graduates

2012

This resource analyzes the financial outcomes of several socioeconomic groups: high school dropouts, GED holders, and high scohol graduates. 

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