The case for a nationwide apprenticeship program

05/8/2013 | Washington Post, The

There is a skills gap in the U.S. that could keep manufacturing from making a robust comeback, write Stuart E. Eizenstat and Robert I. Lerman. One answer could be a modern apprenticeship program. "Apprenticeships could help reduce youth unemployment, widen opportunities for young people who do not want to sit in class all day and help ensure that the potential resurgence in manufacturing is not thwarted by a mismatch of skills," they write.

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