We Can’t Afford to Forget About Middle-Skilled Workers

We must address how to better prepare our labor force for middle-skilled jobs– those that require a high school diploma, but not necessarily a four-year degree.

As Patti Zarling writes at Education Dive:

“Last June, President Trump signed an executive order to increase the number of U.S. apprenticeships from the current 500,000 by doubling the amount the government spends on apprenticeship programs. In announcing the plan, Trump touted a new task force aimed at helping to foster apprenticeship programs that develop skills needed for millions of unfilled jobs.”

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