California job surge forecast but what kind?

A fresh jobs forecast for the Sacramento region shows tens of thousands of new openings coming our way, but not all are the type public schools are emphasizing.

Although a major push has taken hold in public schools to get all high school graduates ready for college, the new work force study found the vast majority of jobs will require no postsecondary education.

"Employers are going to have a lot of jobs, good quality jobs, that won't require four years of college," said David N. Butler, chief executive officer of the nonprofit Linking Education and Economic Development, or LEED, which was involved in the study.

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