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By 2020, the Center on Education and the Workforce estimates that 65 percent of all occupations will require some form of postsecondary training and education. For students disinterested in a traditional four-year degree, vocational education provides the training necessary to become qualified professionals in a variety of trades. This type of learning, also known as career and technical education (CTE), blends academic and technical instruction to prepare graduates for direct entry into the workforce. The guide below provides an introduction to popular and growing fields of study, insight into vocational and trade schools, and a review of the benefits and drawbacks of completing a vocational program.

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