The Bachelor’s Degree: An Outdated Proxy for Workplace Skills?

The Bachelor’s Degree: An Outdated Proxy for Workplace Skills?

“Jobs don’t require degrees. Employers do.” When the Hechinger Report published Lawrence Lanahan’s article querying “What if we hired for skills, not degrees?”, it was the latest in a recent barrage of thought pieces exploring a pressing issue for working adults and employers nationwide: the bachelor’s degree gating mechanism for jobs providing financial stability, includingRead More…