Opportunity@Work’s Chief Analytics & Research Officer Papia Debroy joins Sergio Galeano with the Center for Workforce and Economic Opportunity at the Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta for a conversation on Skills Through Alternative Routes.Read More
The New York Times reported on our recent research into occupational segregation, pointing out that in the past two decades, the number of Black workers with a four-year college degree or higher has more than doubled, to 4.8 million. But the income gains are far less than would be expected in a race-neutral labor market, due to the persistence of occupational segregation.Read More
Entrepreneur Scott Galloway’s Section 4 runs business strategy “sprints” meant to make a business school education more accessible, and organizations such as Opportunity@Work are connecting applicants “skilled through alternative routes,” such as the military or on-the-job learning, with employers.Read More
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