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New Study Shows Communities How to Build Career Pathways

Posted by Brian Sorenson on July 21, 2017

Topics: Workforce Development, Career Pathing

There’s no question that obtaining a college degree or credential is generally an effective way to increase earning potential. As the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics noted in an April 2017 survey, the median usual weekly earnings for a full-time employee with a bachelor’s degree is $464 more than that of someone with only a high school diploma. (~$2,210/mo or ~$24,218/yr) The unemployment rate of those with a bachelor’s degree is also only 2.5 percent, far less than the 5.2 percent of those with just a high school education.

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Workforce Development Programs Threatened as Budget Cuts Loom

Posted by Brian Sorenson on July 17, 2017

Topics: Workforce Development

Last week, the House Appropriations Labor, Health and Human Services, Education and Related Agencies Subcommittee released its draft (PDF) of the FY 2018 Labor-Health and Human Services-Education appropriations bill. The bill, the National Skills Coalition notes, contains significant funding cuts that could have a significant impact on workforce development programs.

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CAEL and JPMorgan Chase Bring 7,500 Rewarding Financial Services Jobs to the Forefront with BankingOnMyCareer.com

Posted by Brian Sorenson on July 14, 2017

Topics: career development, Partnerships, CAEL News, Employee Retention, Workforce Development, Talent Management, Employee Engagement

As we reported last month, CAEL has partnered with JPMorgan Chase to create a powerful new platform to help New Yorkers gain insight into the 7,500 positions in the area’s lucrative financial services sector: BankingOnMyCareer.com.

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New College Programs Nationwide Prove Reports of Manufacturing’s Demise Are Greatly Exaggerated

Posted by Brian Sorenson on July 13, 2017

Topics: Trends in Higher Education, Employee Training, Recruiting Talent

Think manufacturing is dead? The growing number of new manufacturing degree programs nationwide says otherwise. As we’ve seen, in many cases manufacturing hasn’t left so much as it has evolved. Now, higher education institutions are giving students an education that employers say they’ll need to handle modern manufacturing demands, demands that have lead to thousands of unfilled positions nationwide.

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Plan Your Workforce Investment Strategy with the Upskilling Playbook

Posted by Brian Sorenson on June 30, 2017

Topics: Talent Mobility, Employee Engagement

Providing upskilling opportunities is one of the surest ways an employer can foster a workforce that remains nimble and engaged. Such opportunities answer the question that’s at the forefront of the minds of organizational leaders throughout the country: How can an organization support employee development in a way that has a positive impact on the bottom line?

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Johnstown, Pennsylvania: A Lesson on the Importance of Workforce Dynamism

Posted by Brian Sorenson on June 27, 2017

Topics: Talent Mobility, Workforce Development, Employee Training

The New York Times recently shared a look at how the shuttering of manufacturers impacts the rest of a community’s economy, and it paints a bleak portrait.

Looking at Johnstown, Pa., a town that was long bolstered by a thriving steel industry which has since foundered, the article draws attention to men and women outside that industry who have been affected by the closure of area steel mills. 

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CAEL’s Lynn Schroeder: Tuition Reimbursement Programs Deliver Powerful Results

Posted by Brian Sorenson on June 26, 2017

Topics: Talent Management, Talent Mobility, Tuition Reimbursement

Tuition assistance programs are all the rage. According a study by the Society for Human Resource Management, more than 60 percent of American employers offer a form of tuition assistance to employees. Tuition-related benefits are popular for good reason; according to a study by Lumina Foundation, such benefits can lead to an impressive return on investment for organizations.

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New Study Shares Secrets of a Happy Marriage Between Employers & Higher Ed

Posted by Brian Sorenson on June 21, 2017

Topics: Skills Gap, Workforce Development, Success Stories

“What does meaningful engagement look like?”

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New York Job Seekers to Get a Sound Investment with CAEL’s New Banking On My Career Platform

Posted by Brian Sorenson on June 19, 2017

Topics: Career Mapping, CAEL News, Partnerships, career development, Millennials

CAEL is now providing unparalleled insight into the financial services industry to New York Metropolitan area job seekers through a new highly interactive career exploration tool, BankingOnMyCareer.com.

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New Executive Order Continues Important National Discussion on Apprenticeships

Posted by Brian Sorenson on June 16, 2017

Topics: Employee Training, Knowledge Transfer, Workforce Development

Continuing the recent resurgence in popularity of apprenticeships, the White House yesterday announced the removal of federal restrictions that, it said, impeded industries from expanding apprenticeship opportunities. The restrictions required that apprenticeships be certified by the Department of Labor—under this new executive order, the task of certifying apprenticeships will be handled by third parties, like corporations or unions.

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