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Increasing U.S. Business Investment in Postsecondary Credentialing for New Workforce Entrants

Can businesses be persuaded to invest in tomorrow's workforce through increased postsecondary credentials? Existing research suggests that many firms may find spending on postsecondary credentials for their existing and future workers to be a financially sound business investment. The changing business environment suggests they may have no choice but to do so.

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