• Peter Blair

Millions of U.S. workers have the skills to earn 70 percent more than they do today (NY Times)

"As many as 30 million American workers without four-year college degrees have the skills to realistically move into new jobs that pay on average 70 percent more than their current ones. That estimate comes from a collaboration of academic, nonprofit and corporate researchers who mined data on occupations and skills," The New York Times’s Steve Lohr reports.


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