The Landscape of the Future Skills Economy

Posted by Bliss Parsons on 3/23/17 2:32 PM

Future of the new economyWe know that in order to fill the skills gap, a fundamental paradigm shift needs to occur across the workforce development marketplace. Instead of a well-oiled machine working to train job seekers, our current system is fragmented and lagging. But how do we get buy-in from all stakeholders to participate in working towards a new solution? How can we foster local employment market opportunities and fill specific sector needs?

Penn Foster envisions a new generation of collaboration where it’s beneficial to everyone to help upskill middle-skilled career seekers and incumbents in high-growth industries. It all starts at the intersection of education and employment. You can read more about this on our recent article on Grads of LifeVoice.


Click here to read the full article on Forbes

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Topics: Middle Skills Gap, Training, Learning and Development, Upskilling, Skills Gap


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