Learning Today for Tomorrow’s Jobs

Learning Today for Tomorrow’s Jobs

into other job s. In the United States, in about 1960 to 202015, the number of people in manufacturing moved from about 25% of the economy down to 10%. So we have seen shifts like this before. We’ve gotten through them. Our panel will talk about what that is like and how we do that […]

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Why Are Wages Low in the Growing Job Market? | WSJ

Why Are Wages Low in the Growing Job Market? | WSJ

– Right now in the U.S. labor market, we’re looking at two numbers. The first is 106. That’s the number of consecutive months the U.S. labor market has added jobs, the most ever recorded. (pleasant orchestral music) The second is 3.2%. That’s about how much wages have grown each month in 2019 from a year […]

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