“Business’ number one problem is finding qualified workers.” – Mark Zandi, chief economist at Moody’s Analytics
The growing skills gap is a challenge that directly affects everyone—individuals already in or entering the workforce, current and prospective employers, and academic and training institutions—and it is having real economic impacts. Over the next 10 years, failing to adapt the supply of skills to meet the need could cost the U.S. economy as much as $975 billion.
So, what’s causing the skills gap, and what can we do to fix it?
Download the eBook to learn:
- What the skills gap is and what’s driving it.
- The types of skills that will be the most in demand in the future.
- Roadblocks that prevent us from solving skills gaps.
- Meaningful actions stakeholders can take to effectively move the needle.
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