Building and maintaining skills for the labor force is a lifelong process, starting with prekindergarten programs and continuing throughout a worker’s career. The Upjohn Institute’s research elucidates how each learning stage and program contributes to a strong workforce.
Student gender affects access to information on careers
The disparity may deter more women from their preferred career path.
Parents' unemployment can hurt children's lifelong earnings
Children whose parents lose jobs before a major educational decision are less likely to finish college.