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photo - Business People Working at High Desk Using Laptops California’s Brain Gain Continues California continues to attract more college graduates from other states than it loses, with almost all of this net gain being people under age 30. Read More
photo - High-tech Workers in Office Skills-based Immigration and California’s Workforce The immigration plan recently announced by the White House prioritizes immigrants with higher levels of education. What might this mean for California immigration overall and for the state’s workforce? Read More
Photo - Multi-ethnic Group of People at Work How Changes in Immigration Affect California’s Workforce California’s immigrant population is changing—and now about half of recent immigrants have at least bachelor’s degrees. Explore changes in immigrants’ education levels over time with a new interactive feature. Read More
Photo of students climbing steps together Testimony: Transfer Is Key to Closing the Workforce Skills Gap California faces a shortage of 1.1 million highly educated workers. Making transferring from community college more efficient will help. Read More
Graduates Testimony: How Can California Produce More College Graduates? California needs to produce 1.1 million more college graduates by 2030 to meet economic demand. Here is how each university segment can help reach that goal. Read More
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