Thursday, March 15, 2012
Linking Learning to Work
Despite high unemployment, many employers are finding it difficult to find the talent they need. Why? Because the skills of our workforce are not keeping pace with the demands of work. A study by Georgetown University estimates that by 2018, 63% of jobs in the U.S. will require at least some college. However, only 42% of adults aged 25-34 have attained a postsecondary degree.
In this webinar, you’ll learn about this trend and how it impacts the skills you need. You’ll also hear suggestions about steps you can take to develop your employees, creating greater employee satisfaction and retention while providing your company with the talent needed to grow.
Monster would like to thank Pamela Tate for presenting this webinar.
President and CEO, Council for Adult and Experiential Learning
Pamela leads CAEL, a nonprofit dedicated to meaningful learning, credentials, and work for every adult. CAEL works at all levels within the public and private sectors to enhance learning opportunities for adults around the world. As a presenter, Pamela is regularly sought out for her vision and insights into adult learning and workforce development and their vital relationship to the future of the economy.