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U.S. organizations will spend nearly $57 billion on formal training activities this year, up 5 percent from the $54 billion spent last year, according to Training magazine's 20th Annual Industry Report, which details the formal training activity of U.S. organizations with 100 or more employees. The slight increase in spending stems from the increased share training staff salaries has assumed in training budgets this year, 66 percent or $37.5 billion, vs. 64 percent in 2000. Outside expenditures, including customized training materials, off-the-shelf materials, seminars, and conferences, remained steady at more than $19 ... industry trends, business articles and survey research
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Secretary of State Todd Rokita's Indiana Investment Watch program is dedicated to increasing financial literacy in Hoosiers of all ages. An important part of that mission is supporting teachers who incorporate personal finance in their classroom by hosting professional development workshops and providing financial literacy curriculum and resources. Listed below are some of those resources. For more information, or to sign up for periodic email updates from the Secretary of State's office, contact Melanie Woods at 317-233-3985 or mlwoods@sos.in.gov . Be sure to check our calendar of events for upcoming workshops and events! technology research, surveys study and trend statistics
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