Career tech shifts into higher gear Students learn business etiquette and more complex technology The Manufacturing Institute reports that 600,000 U.S. manufacturing jobs went unfilled in 2012 because of a lack of prospects with the necessary skills to fill the positions, leaving 83 percent of employers with moderate to severe shortages of skilled workers. Read [...]
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Our goal is to find the sweet spot where education and the economy intersect. For student, it's finding that Personalized Career Readiness path or EDUCONOMY MODEL—an intersection between education and the economy where supply, demand, and career pathways are the new drivers for education and training, people and talent, occupations and jobs, and business and industry.
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