Beating the skills shortage

UpSkill America aims to train 24 million frontline workers

Beating the skills shortage

Posted by Alice Kwan and Danielle Hawkins on July 14, 2015.

The problem has been well-documented: America faces a serious shortage of skilled workers that threatens the nation’s ability to grow and prosper.1 In April 2015, a White House Summit convened to address the critical need to expand economic opportunity for low-wage workers and develop a more skilled workforce. UpSkill America2 is an employer-led movement to address this issue so that frontline, entry-level jobs can become stepping stones to higher-paying, mid-skill positions.

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