Wednesday, September 17, 2014

Viewpoints Industry Reviews the Jobs Skills Gap in America

America has always been a place where the people think they have all the information they need in order to do the job they are hired for. Others think this is not so much true. Viewpoints Industry reviews the job skills gap in America.

Yes, America, we have a job skills gap. While most millennials believe they have all the skills they need to get the job done, they lack specific ones badly needed in the workforce: social skills. Social skills are those that help people get along with other people such as showing respect, being courtesy to others and loyalty to the company. Other skills needed are those specific to the job, the product or the service. Only 43% of Baby Boomer workers believe they have all the skills they need to do the job. ViewpointsIndustry TV knows that no one is too old to learn a new skill. Once we think we are too old to learn something new, we will make ourselves obsolete. Take time to enroll in a free online course in a subject which is interesting and useful. Sign up for a nearby workshop in a topic that moves you. No one is too young, too smart or too old enough to not learn a new skill to use now and later. Why wait?

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