Economists and public policy experts estimate that, if current trends in higher education continue, California will experience a skills gap of 1.1 million college-educated workers by 2030.

Clearly, the future of our state’s economy is dependent on a skilled workforce. With a diverse employment sector, we know that a wide range of experience and educational programs are needed, including vocational training, apprenticeships, and traditional degrees. But current estimates indicate that by 2030, as many as 38% of jobs will require a college degree.

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