Occupational Mobility and the Drive toward an Equitable Workforce Recovery After…

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While there has been a lot of focus on getting back to normal after this current crisis, the data and trends prior to the COVID-19 pandemic demonstrate that normal has not worked for everyone. The pandemic has had significant impact on workers, particularly those without four-year college degrees.
Given that inequalities in the labor market often intensify in recovery, we can’t just rely on the traditional approach that assumes if jobs come back, workers will find them and gains from reco…

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