The challenge of today’s labor market

The challenge of today’s labor market

We have become an information society and lost a good deal of our manufacturing capabilities. Thus, the allure of working with one’s hands is not as great as it once was simply because of the perceived lack of opportunity by the general public. Second, our education system has been canted toward college education, regardless of the ability or eagerness of the students to get that “degree,” at the expense of vocational training.

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Stating the obvious: the labor market, not only in the trades but across the board, in America is really difficult today. I have been f

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