Bridging The Gap Between The Future Workforce And Education
Graduating college is a time of mixed emotions for the graduates. For some, it is recognition of hard work, and accomplishment. Then there is the anxiety of what awaits them in the real world. In today’s labor market, it is very likely that some graduates will. 73 percent
of hiring managers say colleges do not completely prepare students for the workforce. This raises concerns about the gap between education and the workforce. Bolstering higher education with practical supplemental training is considered the best possible solution to bride this gap. The vialogue below talks about adequately preparing students for their future careers while in college.