The EdTech Industry is Refocusing its Goals After the End of Unemployment Benefits

This week marked an end to COVID unemployment benefit programs, leaving millions without federal aid, and millions more with reduced weekly checks, according to data from The Century Foundation. This is raising many questions across industry, as different verticals weigh what it’ll take to get employees back to work, and as workers determine how this shapes strategies for getting better pay and benefits.

We asked frequent MarketScale contributor Kevin Dougherty, Senior Director of Sales for zSpace, how this rollback of benefits is expected to impact hiring needs for the education and edtech industry, specifically.

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