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Posted on: January 31, 2017

Regional Talent Pipelines: Collaborating with Industry to Build Opportunities in Texas

A new report from the Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas and the Center for Public Policy Priorities highlights the shrinking share of middle-skill jobs in the U.S. economy.  The reduction in middle-skill jobs has forced millions of job seekers to make a choice:   spend time training and developing the skills needed for higher skilled occupations, settle for low-wage low-skill jobs, or drop out of the workforce.  The workforce development system, including partnerships and collaborations between private industry, education, economic development, and the public sector are working to help these job seekers maximize their value.  Workforce Solutions Northeast Texas, and the other 27 Workforce Boards in Texas were surveyed in relation to the regional workforce system. 


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