It’s a well-known challenge without well-known solution: how do we help those not currently participating in our workforce and get them in the game?
Hear what Rep. Lloyd Smucker of Pennsylvania has to say:
Let's not sell ourselves — or our economy — short. While a four-year education can be the basis for success in many careers, we must accept the challenge of changing the way we train our professionals!Visit USAWorkforce.org to find out how you can help.(h/t Congressman Lloyd Smucker)
Posted by USA Workforce on Sunday, April 8, 2018
Four-year college educations can lead to career success in a number of fields. But if we really want to rise to the occasion and address the problem of our economy’s six million unfilled jobs, we have to change the way we educate and train our workers.
That’s why we’re supporting the USA Workforce Tax Credit Act (H.R. 5153).
Pictured in video left to right: Brett Melvin, Executive Director, Bridging America’s Gap and former Senior Advisor to then-U.S. Secretary of Labor Elaine Chao; Rep. Lloyd Smucker; Thomas Carroll, Executive Director of the #EdTaxCredit50 Coalition; Corporal Jeffrey J. Cleland, U.S. Marine Corps, Ret., Director of President George W. Bush Institute’s Military Service Institute