Apprenticeships aren’t only in the “trades” and manufacturing anymore.
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The Indiana Office of Work-Based Learning & Apprenticeship says it expects to hit a major goal by the end of the year.
Employers can do more to prime the workforce pump by training tomorrow's workers – beginning when students are in high school.
The No. 1 obstacle to business growth is a supply of human capital, said Darrel Zeck of Terre Haute, executive director of the state office of Work - Based Learning and Apprenticeship.
With more Hoosiers working than at any time in Indiana’s history, and with an unemployment rate of just 3.5 percent, the state continues to create more jobs than its Midwestern counterparts.