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Globe University and Schneiderman’s Furniture Partner to Bridge the Skills Gap

The economic recovery is well underway, and demand for skilled employees is creating an extremely competitive job market. Employers are struggling to find available talent with the skillset needed to immediately fill job openings, and the competitive marketplace has made it equally as difficult for employers to retain top-tier talent. For more than 130 years,
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Which Industries Are Seeing a Major Skills Gap?

You’ve probably heard of the so-called “skills gap” and the fact that many employers in the U.S. have difficulty finding the right workers. Even as unemployment figures have crept downward, some industries are still experiencing a shortage of qualified employees. But in what fields, exactly, is the skills gap most prevalent? Aside from manufacturing, an
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Does the Skills Gap Really Exist?

The term “skills gap” is used frequently in education and across industries from manufacturing to marketing and healthcare to information technology, but do we know what it means or if it truly exists? Colleges and other higher education institutions are tasked with preparing students for a successful career and employers rely on these institutions to
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Helping Fill the Education Skills Gap Among Latinos in Minnesota

Globe University invited Hector Garcia, Executive Director of Chicano Latino Affairs Council, (CLAC) to host a Latino Education Opportunities Panel focusing on the educational skills gap within Minnesota’s Latino population. The panel concentrated on how we as a community can help more Latinos graduate high school and continue on to college. The Latino Education Opportunities
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