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    For Labor Days to Come

    Investment in our workforce supports the strength and growth of the economy
    Celebrate Labor
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    The Good Jobs Strategy

    Better trained employees provide better customer service
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    Train Anywhere

    The setting for our first program at Flour Bakery+Cafe
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    Workforce Development in Key Industries

    Restaurants — Hospitality — Retail — Home Health Care — Manufacturing — Building and Janitorial Services — IT/Technical
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For Labor Days to Come

It’s Labor Day weekend, a celebration of the workforce that drives the U.S. economy. And, as much as things have changed since it became a federal holiday in 1894, Benjamin Vedrenne-Cloquet, Co- Founder of EdTechXGlobal predicts more is on the way, suggesting that 50% of current jobs won’t exist in

A Two-Way Street

Current discussions in the political arena frequently focus on the jobs the U.S. has lost in recent decades. Regardless of whether current and future economic policies can bring those jobs back to the U.S., it will remain true that our economy is now based on information and service. Jobs in these sectors

Fast, Cheap, and Out of Control

In 1989, Rodney Brooks and Anita Flynn of MIT’s Artificial Intelligence Lab had a wild idea that flew in the face of most conventional thinking about how to build robots for pioneering space exploration. In “Fast, Cheap, and Out of Control,” they argue a case for creating micro-robots as a more