Unemployment is very low and Americans report having strong confidence in the economy. But not everyone is benefitting equally. Professor Harry Holzer digs into why many Americans without a college degree still struggle to find jobs, especially ones that pay well, and what the government can do to help.
Read Holzer’s report for Brookings, Jobs for the working class: Raising earnings among non-college graduates
Check out his SSN brief, Are Job Training Programs a Good Way to Fight Poverty?