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Apprenticeship programs could help solve labor market woes

by Meghan McCarty Carino Feb 25, 2020
Apprentices earn a full salary and usually land a permanent job. Why don't we have more of them?
Stan Best took an apprenticeship at the Newport News Shipyard, where workers build aircraft carriers and submarines for the military.
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Meet Rocio, 24, construction worker

by Maria Hollenhorst Feb 18, 2020
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Facing a labor shortage, construction tries to rebrand

by Amy Scott Apr 11, 2019
To recruit more young people, employers talk up technology and higher pay.
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Home Depot takes a shot at tackling the construction labor shortage

by Renata Sago Apr 30, 2018
Home Depot is investing $50 million into residential construction apprenticeships, but that still won't address the labor shortage.
Students at Fort Stewart will be prepared for residential construction jobs after a 12-week apprenticeship with the Home Builders Institute, sponsored by the Home Depot Foundation.
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Trump’s infrastructure plan raises hopes and questions

by Renata Sago Feb 14, 2018
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Blue-collar jobs that pay 6 figures are going unfilled

by Kai Ryssdal and Emily Henderson Jul 3, 2017
'This is an avenue for even some folks with college degrees.'
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US hopes grants will spur apprenticeships

by Marketplace Contributor Feb 16, 2015
The Labor Department wants companies to train students for jobs that pay well.