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Success in Real-Time: Using Real-Time Labor Market Information to Build Better Middle-Skill STEM Pathways

By Ian Rosenblum and Christopher Spence

Success in Real-Time: Using Real-Time Labor Market Information to Build Better Middle-Skill STEM Pathways encourages states to support their colleges as they use high-quality, real-time labor market information to align the creation of middle-skill STEM pathways with robust career opportunities, and provides recommendations and examples for how states can do so. This brief stems directly from Achieving the Dream and Jobs for the Future's work with the STEM Regional Collaboratives and their state lead organizations. With generous support from The Leona M. and Harry B. Helmsley Charitable Trust, JFF and ATD have worked with community colleges to build supportive pathways that lead students directly into exciting STEM careers in their local labor markets, a process that relies upon the improved data now available through real-time labor market information.

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