Millions of US workers have 'limited or no digital skills'
from HR Dive
Glaring technology-related skill gaps across the U.S. workforce exist from entry-level workers to managers, according to Amanda Bergson-Shilcock, senior fellow at National Skills Coalition. "There are tens of millions of workers in this country who have very limited or no digital skills," Bergson-Shilcock, moderator of the panel discussion "Digital skills and the American Workforce" told an audience of 70 educators, job training providers, congressional staff members and state agency leaders Feb. 5 in the Russell Senate Office Building.
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