Archive: March, 2021

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Mar2021
The fact sheet released today by the White House includes some key planks that NSC and our networks called for in our Skills for Inclusive Economic Recovery Federal Policy Agenda in September and in follow-up advocacy with the Biden Administration and Congress. Read more.

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Mar2021
Read the latest from National Skills Coalition's Director of Government Affairs, Katie Spiker, about what we need to see from Congress and the White House to put America's workers back into the jobs that will fuel the recovery. Read more.

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Mar2021
Seasonally adjusted rate rises 0.1 percentage points. Read more.

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Mar2021
At summer camps throughout the state, students will get hands-on experiences that allow them to learn problem solving and analytical skills while fostering an interest in science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) related careers with a focus on computer science. Read more.

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Mar2021
Some industries have struggled to survive, particularly those hit hardest by lockdowns and bans, but the worst seems to be behind us. Read more.

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Mar2021
With its 68-29 vote, the Senate made Walsh the first former union leader to run the Labor Department in more than 40 years, putting him in charge of the agency amid historic levels of unemployment and an uneven recovery from the COVID-19 pandemic. Read more.

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Mar2021
Earlier this week, Sens. Tim Kaine (D-VA) and Rob Portman (R-OH), and Reps. Andy Levin (D-MI) and Anthony Gonzalez (R-OH) introduced the Jumpstart Our Businesses by Supporting Students Act of 2021, or the JOBS Act, to expand federal Pell Grant eligibility to high-quality, short-term job training programs. ... Read More

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Mar2021
Jobs in restaurants, hotels, retail and construction will be hit hardest, the BLS projects, while demand will soar for tech and science workers. Read more.

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Mar2021
These summer initiatives provide career guidance, hands-on learning and work opportunities to students with disabilities aged 14-22. Read more.

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Mar2021
Texas lawmakers expected to be sweating over a very tight budget right now, after strong early signs that the pandemic would stall the economy. But an improved economy and a huge infusion of federal aid is erasing those fears. Read more.

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