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In the Media

A matter of degrees

The Notebook — 04/05/2016

Nearly six in 10 graduates from District high schools eventually enroll in college. Read More

Life when you're not just poor, but deeply poor — 03/25/2016

Last week, Brandy Price painted her living room wall bright red. She labored an entire night, slathering on the startling color. Read More

Lehigh Valley Wal-Mart workers tout pay raises

The Morning Call — 03/11/2016

Carissa Lee enjoys outdoor activities such as hiking and "jumping out of planes" when she's not studying as a full-time college student. Read More

US Teens Want to Work

The Federal Reserve Bank of Boston - Communities and Banking — 03/04/2016

After the Great Recession of 2007–2009 ended, several of the nation’s key economic and labor-market indicators improved substantially. For example, since 2011, the number of payroll jobs in the United States has increased by more than 11 million, the unemployment rate has fallen to 5 percent from its peak of more than 9 percent in 2009–2010, and the real gross domestic product has grown by more than $1 trillion. Read More

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Public Speaking & Presenting

Economic and Labor Market Developments and Outlook

“America at Full-employment? Understanding Labor Market Imbalances in the Context of Sluggish Economic Growth”, Lutheran Financial Managers Association, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, October 5, 2015.

Workforce Development

“The Landscape of Career and Technical Education and Workforce Development in Philadelphia,” YouthBoard Philly, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, March 12, 2015.

Higher Education

Career and Technical Education Teachers, Edison High School, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, May 19, 2015

Disability, Higher Education, and the Labor Market

“Understanding Employer Risk in Recruiting, Screening and Hiring,” DisAbility Jobs Summit, Ohio Rehabilitation Services Commission, October 8, 2013.

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