The Future of Learning: A Career of Learning

Episode 68

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The Future of Learning: A Career of Learning

Stat: 65 percent of all jobs in the American economy today will require postsecondary education and training.

Story:  School may be over for most workers in America’s economy, but the need to learn continues. In the third part of our series “The Future of Learning,” we hear how some individuals are learning new skills for tomorrow’s workforce and talk with experts about what’s needed to stay ahead of the curve.

Music: Edward Elgar's Pomp and Circumstance used with permission under creative commons license from Free Music Warehouse, performed by Eastern Wind Symphony.

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