WCVB. Project CommUNITY: Teaching good financial skills to our youth. June 4, 2109.

NBC News. Chelsea Stahl. Need a college degree to get a job? These companies say skills matter more. May 4, 2019.

Wall Street Journal. 2019. “Two Tacos and a B.A., Please.” 1/13/19.

Vox. 2019. Matthew Yglesias. “The “skills gap” was a lie." New research shows it was the consequence of high unemployment rather than its cause.” 1/7/19.

Wall Street Journal. Kelsey Gee. “Employers Eager to Hire Try a New Policy: ‘No Experience Necessary’.” 7/29/18.

Wall Street Journal. Melissa Korn. “Fewer High School Grads Enrolled in College Last Year.”  4/26/18.

Wall Street Journal. Jennifer Levitz and Eric Morath “Facing Hostoric Labor Shortages Companies Snap Up Teenagers.” 4/16/18.

NBC News. Martha White. “Will a falling stock market take the job market along with it on the way down?” 2/9/18.

Boston Globe. Katie Johnston. 2018. “Overlooked workers are finding it easier to land jobs.” 1/6/18.

Politico.  Debra Bruno.  “The Life-and-Death Consequences of Summer Jobs Programs.”  9/21/17.

Christian Science Monitor.  Laurent Belsie. “Summer jobs for teens wane even as research finds big benefits.” 7/20/17.

WBUR. Radio Boston. “How Summer Jobs Programs Impact Young People Long After The Seasons Change.” 7/6/17.

Fox25 News. Study shows lower crime by kids in summer jobs program in Boston.  7/5/17.

WBUR.  Morning Edition. “How summer jobs reduce crime.” 7/3/17.

Boston Globe.  Katie Johnston.  “Now Hiring: everyone.”  6/15/17.

WCVB.  “CityLine.” Karen Homes Ward.  “Vocational Education.” 1/8/17.

Boston Globe.  Deirdre Fernandes.  “Obama will leave office with unemployment at 4.7 percent.”  1/7/17.

NPR. “On Point.” Tom Ashbrook. “Manufacturing in America:  Fact and Fiction.”  1/5/17.

Christin Science Monitor.  Simon Montlake.  “The answer to America's working class job crisis is hard, but not mysterious."  12/14/16.

Washington Post.  Jeff Guo. "The two reasons it really is harder to get a job than it used to be.”  10/28/16.

Boston Globe. Katie Johnston.  “Summer jobs boost employment skills, academic aspirations, study finds." 6/27/16.

Christian Science Monitor.  Simon Montlake.  “Good jobs without a degree? Boston's $3 million test.”  4/11/16.

Wall Street Journal.  Anna Louie Sussman and Melissa Korn.  “Colleges Drill Down on Job-Listing Terms.”  4/4/16

NPR. “On Point.” Tom Ashbrook.  “Why Aren’t Millennial Wages Growing?”  3/19/16.

WNPR, Connecticut Public Radio, “Where We Live” John Dankosky.  “Is Connecticut Suffering from a Youth Jobs Crisis?”  10/19/15.

Wall Street Journal.  Real Time Economics.  Anna Louie Sussman.  “Whether a Job Requires a Degree May Shift with the Economy.”  10/14/15.

NPR. “On Point.” Jane Clayson.  “Wage Growth, Job Growth And The Ongoing Unemployment Puzzle.”  9/15/15.

NPR. “Marketplace.”  Tracey Samuelson.  “Employers shying away from hiring teens for the Summer.”  9/7/15.

Boston Globe.  Stephanie McFeeters.  “New realty service caters to Boston’s millennials.”  9/2/15.

Bloomberg Business.  Peter Gosselin.  “Why American Teens Aren't Working Summer Jobs Anymore."  8/7/15.

Boston Globe.  David Scharfenberg.  ‘Is the Skills Gap Real?”  7/31/15.

CNBC.  Mary Thompson.  “Creating Jobs for Teens.”  5/8/15.

Crain’s Detroit Business.  Lisa Katz.  “Why are retail, hospitality workers struggling to find jobs in SE Michigan?”  4/29/15.

Wall Street Journal.  “What’s Keeping Teens Out of Work.”  Lauren Weber.  4/16/15.

Bloomberg.  “More Proof that Graduating in the Recession was Awful.”  Jeanna Smialek and Shobhana Chandra  3/19/2015.   

The Conference Board.  “Hiring Qualified Workers:  Is it Really that Hard?”  Gad Levanon.  3/25/2015.

Washington Center for Equitable Growth.  “The U.S. job skills mismatch and up-skilling.”  Nick Bunker.  3/10/2015  prises.” Kevin Hartnett, 12/29/14.

Bloomberg.  “For 146 Million U.S. Adults With No College Degree, $16.08 an Hour Is Just the Ticket.”  Shobhana Chandra and Victoria Stilwell  10/30/14.

WJXT.  “More companies eliminating entry-level jobs.”  Jodi Mohrmann 10/10/14.

Wall Street Journal.  “Where Did All the Entry-Level Jobs Go? Many Firms Expect New Graduates to Arrive Job-Ready From Day One.”  Lauren Weber and Melissa Korn 8/5/14.