New Report Exploring Adults with No Degree Makes Headlines

Journalists Take a Closer Look at How Potential Graduates Compare to Their Credentialed Counterparts

California Competes’s recent publication, Untapped Opportunity: Understanding and Advancing Prospects for Californians without a College Degree, is gaining traction in the news as adults who graduated high school but not college become recognized as an increasingly important population to support, both during and after the pandemic.

Nearly 7 million Californians ages 25–54 are facing limited employment opportunities as they navigate California’s labor market demands without an associate’s or bachelor’s degree.

Read University Business magazine’s in-depth report here. Find more coverage of our Untapped Opportunity report from Diverse: Issues in Higher Education here.

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California’s Quest To Prioritize Older Students

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Untapped Opportunity: Understanding and Advancing Prospects for Californians without a College Degree

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New Report Recommends California Higher Ed to Support Older High School Graduates

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