A report by the NCSL Foundation Partnership on Jobs and Innovation
Slow recovery from the Great Recession has underscored the shift from an industrial-based economy to one that is knowledge-based. Often there is a lack of skilled, educated workers to fill an increasing number of available jobs. Yet filling these new jobs would bring an increased return on investment to state economies, as they usually require a high level of skill and therefore pay well, generating higher revenues for states.
Read about state and industry-led workforce development initiatives in NCSL's new report on preparing workers for the jobs of the future.
Workforce Development Initiatives: Collaborating to Prepare for the Jobs of the Future | Download the Full Report
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