The new "talent strong" plan takes a more expansive view of postsecondary attainment, setting goals for older adults and counting non-college certificates for the first time.
In search of employment, many four-year graduates say they have to leave the country’s “Borderplex” region
Despite El Paso's focus on economic development, new graduates of the public four-year university there make almost $10k less than comparable graduates across the state—and many move for greater opportunity.
A UTEP graduate got help from the school’s career center but says he struggled to get interviews until he paid $200 to a resume service. A national expert says university career services need an overhaul.