The number of middle-skill jobs that require more than a high-school degree but less than a bachelor's is expected to increase by 2030, according to a new report from the Southern Regional Education Board. SREB President Stephen Pruitt says the data show there are not enough workers to fill those jobs and recommends that states put more funding toward adult-education programs.
Data show more middle-skill workers needed
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