Shortage of college graduates to come

April 17, 2009 11:02:10 PM PDT
A new study finds that California will face a shortage of one million college graduates in 2025, unless the state makes some policy changes.

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The Public Policy Institute of California claims that only 35-percent of California's working-age adults will have a four-year degree by that time.

The group says it's a big problem because at least 41-percent of future jobs will require a college degree. Reveal the study's authors say the state can cut the shortage in half, by focusing on long-term goals, not just the short term fixes.

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