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Workforce Investment Act: Local Areas Face Challenges Helping Employers Fill Some Types of Skilled Jobs
Andrew Sherrill (au)
The economy is recovering from the recession, but employers still have difficulty filling certain jobs. The Dept. of Laboräó»s (DOLäó»s) Workforce Investment Act (WIA) Adult and Dislocated Worker programs are designed in part to help employers find the skilled workers they need. The programs provide participants with services including job training, which must be for occupations that are in demand. However, questions have been raised about the extent to which these programs are positioned to help supply workers for jobs that employers have difficulty filling. This report addresses (1) how local workforce areas have identified occupations that are in demand and how they have guided participants toward training for them; and (2) what challenges local workforce areas have faced in helping employers fill certain jobs. Tables and figures. This is a print on demand report.
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