Good Jobs for High School Graduates Still Exist

Published: December 11, 2017
Quality jobs shift from blue-collar industries to skilled services. Many believe good jobs for workers without a bachelor’s degree no longer exist in a labor market buffeted by automation and globalization, but there are still plenty of “middle-income” jobs out there, according to recent research. Read the full story.

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