The Good Jobs Project
Launched in 2017, the Good Jobs Project research project conducted by The Georgetown Center on Education and the Workforce (CEW), with support from JPMorgan Chase, investigated the impact that economic change has had / is having on workers at different education levels. Data is available that shows the concentration of good jobs by industry and occupation, with data available by Industry, Education, Occupations, Geography, and People.
The project included a website and companion research reports that show the concentration of good jobs for non-BA workers both nationally and by state. The site provides users with an interactive way to determine the level of economic opportunity for workers without BAs across the country. The project also focuses on the prevalence of good jobs by industry and occupation.
Partners: Georgetown University Center on Education and the Workforce, JP Morgan Chase
Link to Resources: About Us | The Good Jobs Project (goodjobsdata.org)
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