Whatever Happened to On-The-Job Training?

Jerry Driscoll:

It is a widespread problem: the article reports survey results showing that 83 percent of manufacturers reported a moderate or severe shortage of skilled production workers. The shortages include such categories as machinists. Wages for skilled labor are rising, in some cases at double-digit rates.

Unskilled labor is complementary to skilled labor. . . . → Read More: Whatever Happened to On-The-Job Training?