The New York Times reports that the number of jobs requiring at least a two-year associate's degree will outpace the number of people qualified to fill those positions by at least three million in 2018, according to a report scheduled to be released June 15 by the Center on Education and the Workforce at Georgetown University. The report makes clear that some education after high school is an increasing prerequisite for entry into the middle class. In 1970, for example, nearly three-quarters of workers considered to be middle class had not gone beyond high school in their education; in 2007,...

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