Career Readiness

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The economic projections are clear:  the majority of jobs – and the vast majority of “good” jobs that pay a solid wage and offer pathways to advancement – require education and training beyond high school.

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Achieve has a number of reports that further explore the link between a strong K-12 academic foundation – as articulated by college- and career-ready standards or expectations – and students’ ability to access and succeed in the careers of their choice. Download a summary of The Future of the U.S. Workforce research.