Lately, there has been a lot of talk about the skills gap, or the lack of qualified workers to fill highly skilled jobs. According to ExploreHealthCareers.org, “well-trained and highly skilled workers will be best positioned to secure high wage jobs.” Those jobs require higher education or experience, and ExploreHealthCareers.org predicts that the fastest growth in jobs will come from occupations that require an associate’s degree or vocational education.
Employers look for a number of qualities in their highly-skilled workforce, including communication, mathematics, professionalism, teamwork, and basic fundamental skills. To become the right candidate for these jobs, job seekers may need to explore higher education or training to sharpen their skills.
Since highly skilled workers are in demand, we want to know how you would prepare for a highly skilled job.
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