Washington is home to a diverse economy with a broad range of anchor industries, including agriculture, aerospace, health care, manufacturing, retail, technology, and more. Increasingly the jobs available in our state are being filled by workers who have completed a postsecondary credential – such as a degree, apprenticeship, or certificate. Right now, it’s estimated that just 41% of our high school students go on to earn such a credential by age 26. Washington needs more students completing credentials in all categories. Our goal: 70% credential attainment by the high school class of 2030. Join us on the #pathto70