Consider the facts: More people are going to college, yet we hear of a widespread “skills gap.” We tout education as the route to prosperity and security, yet the most “highly-educated generation” in history is one of the most under-employed. There is a large and growing gender gap in which dramatically more females than males attend and graduate from college, yet females continue to experience an apparent “wage-gap” vis-a-vis males. What’s going on? How did we get here? What’s ahead? We’ll show you.
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