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Past · December 8, 2008

California’s Future Workforce: Will There Be Enough College Graduates?

December 8, 2008 · 12:00 pm

Agenda

Date: December 8, 2008
Time: 12:00-1:30 p.m.
Location: CSAC Conference Center
1020 11th Street, 2nd Floor
Sacramento, CA
 
ABOUT THE PROGRAM
The workforce skills gap is already a reality in California. While the demand for college-educated workers in the state will continue to rise, the supply of them will not keep up. At the same time, the supply of workers with a high school diploma or less is projected to exceed the need for them. This presentation examines California’s current and future workforce gap and its likely effects on the state’s economic growth and on workers themselves.
 
This study was conducted with funding from The William and Flora Hewlett Foundation. This event is co-sponsored with the California Research Bureau. Lunch will be provided and there is no charge to attend.

SPEAKER
Deborah Reed is an expert in poverty, income inequality, education, and labor markets in California.
 

Topics

Economy K–12 Education
Public Policy Institute of California