One key to thriving in a competitive global economy is a properly skilled workforce that can innovate, create new products and services, and bring them to market quickly and efficiently. America remains a leader in innovation, but its workforce is falling behind. Education and workforce development systems have not kept pace with the demands of the 21st century, and we all bear the costs of this failure. The U.S. Chamber of Commerce 2012 report on the skills gap reviews the issues and solutions discussed at regional forums of business and community leaders. Full Report



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