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What does it take to build careers with higher wages, less risk of unemployment, better benefits, more autonomy over work conditions, and the ability to build savings?
In Fall 2020, The DeBruce Foundation initiated a nationally representative longitudinal trend survey to assess patterns of employment, income, and work conditions in America.
The resulting report, Working Smarter: Driving Employment Empowerment with Career Literacy and Networks, explores the role of career literacy and networks in building resilient careers.
This first-of-its-kind research provides actionable insights for workforce development professionals, educators, and all who are invested in helping individuals build thriving career paths.