New York Times: Walmart Says It Will Pay for Its Workers to Earn College Degrees

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New York Times: Walmart Says It Will Pay for Its Workers to Earn College Degrees

Walmart said it would pay tuition for its workers to enroll in college courses, online or on campus, to earn degrees in business or supply chain management. Credit: Andres Kudacki for The New York Times

Walmart said it would pay tuition for its workers to enroll in college courses, online or on campus, to earn degrees in business or supply chain management. Credit: Andres Kudacki for The New York Times

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Friday, June 29, 2018 - 9:50am

CAMPAIGN: Walmart | Creating Economic Opportunity

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Walmart announced plans to offer subsidized college tuition for its 1.4 million workers in the United States, joining a growing list of companies that are helping employees pay for higher education as a perk in a tight labor market.

The giant retailer will pay tuition for its workers to enroll in college courses — online or on campus — to earn degrees in either supply chain management or business, company officials announced at Walmart’s annual shareholder meeting in Bentonville, Ark.

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Keywords: Responsible Business & Employee Engagement | Decent Work and Economic Growth | Education | Employee Engagement | Guild Education | Higher Education Access | Human Resources | Jobs | Partnerships | Walmart

CAMPAIGN: Walmart | Creating Economic Opportunity

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