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  • Employers are setting workers up for failure

    The Atlantic - 02/01/2018

    The debate over who—the federal government, schools, employers—should provide training to workers is decades old. When it comes to workers’ preferences, 14 percent of laborers say the onus should be on colleges and universities, while 50 percent say it should be on the federal government and 61 percent look toward employers, according to a new report by Northeastern University and Gallup.

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