There’s a dignity that comes with an honest day’s work for a good paycheck. So, why aren’t we working harder to enable willing workers to learn the skills they need for the high-paying skilled labor jobs that are going unfilled? The payoff — both for the economy and for families — would be enormous.
Right on Work aims to build a coalition of companies, organizations, and individuals working together to meet the needs of the 21st century workforce through career and technical education opportunities, innovative and targeted workforce programs, and reforms to ineffective and burdensome employment regulations.
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Policy Analyst, Next Generation Texas
Erin Davis Valdez
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The Honorable Ron Simmons