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While the total number of apprentices and trainees has increased greatly over the past two decades, there have been much smaller increases in the number of trades' apprentices and trainees. In December 2005, there were an estimated 390,000 apprentices and trainees, more than two and a half times the number in 1995 (144,000). Over the same period the number of trades' apprentices and trainees increased by over one-third, from 123,000 to 171,000. This article examines recent trends in trades' apprenticeships and traineeships including numbers and characteristics of people working as trades' apprentices and ...
Complete video at: fora.tv George Leef, Director of Research at the John William Pope Center for Higher Education Policy, deconstructs several common arguments that propose the need for increasing the number of college graduates in the US Leef argues that the number of people with college degrees currently outweighs the number of jobs that require them, and suggests that graduating more people will only lead to “credential inflation.” —– The rapid growth of China, India, Brazil and other emerging powers has dramatically altered the complexion of the global economy ... Read More
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