Improving Unemployment by Leveraging “Adjacencies”

“Unemployment rate goes down to 7.3%” – as I’m listening to the news on my commute to work, my mind wanders a bit about what a slow progress this has been, from 10% unemployment rate to the current 7.3%.

There are still about 9 million unemployed people in the U.S. and at the same time, 3.8 million jobs are still open. We hear discussions in the media about skills mismatch, but is this disparity all due to skills?

Read the source article at TheLadders

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