Education is an equalizer, and certain groups of workers believe lifelong learning can help them increase professional success

Underrepresented workers feel lifelong learning is key to a level playing field


Education is an equalizer, and certain groups of workers believe lifelong learning can help them increase professional success


After more than a year of financial insecurities created by furloughs and job losses, working Americans – and particularly those in underrepresented groups – placing a high priority on job-related learning and lifelong learning to ensure their futures, according to a new report from Bright Horizons.





The report is the first from the Bright Horizons 2021 Education

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  • Laura Ascione