Betwixt and Between: Education, Skills, and Employment in the Sub-Baccalaureate Labor Markets

W. N. Grubb, T. Dickinson, L. Giordano, G. Kaplan

The sub-baccalaureate labor market--the labor market for those with less than a baccalaureate degree, but at least a high school diploma--constitutes about three-fifths of employment. Despite the importance of this labor market, relatively little is known about the way it works. This report examines four local labor markets through interviews with employers and education providers.

MDS-470 / January 1993

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