Could Generation Z help solve the skilled trades shortage?
from Tulsa Welding School
Today, Baby Boomers make up a large proportion of our nation’s skilled trades workers, and they’re either retiring or plan to soon. This wouldn’t be a problem if enough younger workers replaced them, but that hasn’t been the case. Workers aged 25 to 44 years old have largely opted to pursue other career paths, which may be one reason why Millennials (ages 23-38) have racked up so much college debt that they have to wait longer to buy homes.
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