Job seekers with associate degrees likely to benefit from short-term credentials

Abstract: Proponents of short-term credentials hope these programs that are shorter (and often cheaper) than traditional college can boost economic mobility for students who would otherwise forgo a degree.

Keywords: education; labor; workforce development;

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Provider: Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas

Source: Dallas Fed Communities

Publication Date: 2024-05-08

Note: This article is the second in a series about short-term credentials. In Part 1, we examined both the change in the number of people earning short-term credentials over time as well as trends in employer demand for these credentials.

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