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California will Lack 1 Million College Graduates in 15 Years

Sing Tao Daily , Posted: Apr 21, 2009

LOS ANGELES A recent study by the Public Policy Institute of California (PPIC) shows that by 2025, California will lack 1 million college graduates for its job market. In 15 years, 35 percent of Californias workforce will hold bachelors degrees, while the need is 41 percent, the Sing Tao Daily reports. According to PPIC Researcher Hans Johnson, about 56 percent of the states high school graduates go to college, trailing behind the national average which is 62 percent. California needs to invest more in education, the study says, otherwise, the state will need to seek qualified workers from other states or countries.

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