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Looking for a career pathway that doesn't involve a four year degree? There's been a major transformation in the job market in recent years, and as a result there are alot of good jobs out there that don't require a bachelor's degree.
wvpublic.org/jobs is a new website that profiles these middle skill career pathways. West Virginia Public Broadcasting has partnered with educational & governmental non-profits, as well as industry and labor leaders, to develop the site and social media campaign.
Middle-skills jobs, those requiring more than high school but less than a four year degree, make up one-third of all jobs in the United States, have an average annual salary of more than $45,000, and are projected to remain in demand in the future.
West Virginia Public Broadcasting has been awarded a grant from American Graduate and the Corporation for Public Broadcasting to investigate opportunities for careers outside of a four-year degree.