Learn and Earn: The new gateway of career for indigent talents
Emergence of non-degree job roles is opening new avenues for students that could not afford full-time university education. New-gen skill-development methods have helped governments identify micro and macro-learning initiatives that can help indigent talents find sustainable career path.
North Carolina’s “Apprenticeship 2000” program help youths in the state gain advanced manufacturing skills and pick entry-level jobs. “Learn and Earn” is a unified skill-development direction that is being embraced by governments and enterprises to address staggering skill demands.