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New Resource Identifies Largest and Fastest Growing Career Clusters, and Areas of Focus for CTE Graduates

A new resource from NASDCTEc, Career Technical Education and Labor Market Demand, details the Career Clusters™ in which high school and postsecondary CTE students are choosing to concentrate. The paper also shows the top five areas of the labor market by Career Cluster™ that are projected to be the largest and fastest growing by 2018. These data indicate that Career Technical Education (CTE) graduates with high school diplomas or postsecondary skills are preparing for careers in fields that are growing or in high-demand.

View the new sheet here, and take a look at other NASDCTEc issue briefs and papers here.

Kara Herbertson, Education Policy Analyst

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