Ensuring Middle Skills Don’t Become Forgotten Skills
There are tens of millions of middle-skill jobs in the United States today. These jobs are defined as those that require education beyond high school but not necessarily a traditional two or four-year degree. Middle-skill jobs make up the largest segment, roughly 54%, of today’s labor market. However, employers across various industries struggle to find enough skilled workers to fill these vacancies and experience the cost associated with an insufficiently skilled workforce.
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