An analysis conducted by The Conference Board discovered that there is an increasing shortage of blue collar workers in American industries, which is a concern for companies and recruiters. The analysis found that it is harder to fill blue collar job positions, more so than white collar job positions that require a bachelor’s degree from a college or university.
Does this mean that college degrees are becoming less important in the current job market? Possibly, which could affect college enrollment in the short-term.
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Why Angela Davis Should Remember the Jonestown Massacre
Coming to a university near you
Before you find him on offer as a university speaker or course, you may want to read the meticulously documented story of Cop killer Mumia Abu-Jamal by former Accuracy in Academia executive director Dan Flynn.