Who will fill the skills gap?

America's Skills Gap


POSTED BY Joanne Jacobs ON September 8, 2012

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Who will fill the skills gap? — Joanne Jacobs

[...] baby boomers retire, 10 million new skilled workers will be needed by 2020. Skilled is the key [...]

Jason Sprenger

Agreed. Career and technical education (CTE) can and should play a central role in boosting student achievement, training the workforce and bridging emerging skills gaps in the American economy. Investing in it should be a priority for elected officials on all levels, businesses, educators and communities.

The Industry Workforce Needs Council is committed to advocating for these kinds of efforts and shining a spotlight on emerging skills gaps, so that businesses are able to find the workers they need, Americans can find good work and the economy as a whole benefits from both. For more information on the work of the IWNC or how you can get involved, visit http://www.iwnc.org.

Jason Sprenger, for the IWNC

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