Most future Mass. jobs will not require a four-year degree, study says
WBUR - 11/11/2015
And while many news outlets have pointed out welders don’t often make more money than philosophers, his point is taken — why don’t we talk more about vocational schools as an option for students?
The need for vocational schools is pointed out in a new study out of the Dukakis Center for Urban and Regional Policy at Northeastern. Researchers showed by the beginning of the next decade, a majority of jobs in Massachusetts will require less formal education, including no more than vocational education or an associate’s degree.