(BPT) - There is a skills gap in the United States. Thirty-nine percent of U.S. employers report having difficulty finding staff with the appropriate skills, according to the annual Talent Shortage Survey conducted by the ManpowerGroup, a human resource consulting firm. Employers are looking for employees who possess the proper education and training, but are having trouble finding qualified candidates. If you are trying to get ahead in your career, you’ve likely realized the skills gap exists and you know the benefits a new position or promotion could mean to you and your family.
Chances are you’ve seen these opportunities before but didn’t pursue them because of the time commitment to get the education and training you need. You ask yourself, “If I go back to school and have to wait two-to-four years before seeing the benefits of my education, will the opportunities still be there?”
The good news is that you don’t have to wait for graduation day to demonstrate what you’ve learned.
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