2021, Paper: "As the structure and makeup of the American workforce shift, the education and training system has lagged behind the rate of economic change. Yet, there is a clear appetite among learners, workers, employers, and funders for new models of working and learning. The demand for new models has only accelerated during the [Coronavirus Disease 2019] COVID-19 pandemic, as Americans indicate more interest in pursuing non-degree options amid economic uncertainty and social distancing. As a result, organizations that train individuals for jobs are expanding, adapting, and attracting new attention...."
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