Why universities need to lead employee upskilling

The labor shortage currently facing the U.S. isn’t about finding employees to do the work. There’s no shortage of workers; in fact, there are 9.5 million Americans who are unemployed but searching for work. Instead, with 9.2 million open jobs, the problem facing U.S. businesses is identifying workers with the right skills and qualifications.

Unfortunately, it may get worse before it gets better.

By 2030, 6 million skilled jobs could go unfilled due to a lack of qualified talent

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