Effective workforce development policy supports regional economies by cultivating skilled labor, creating jobs, and developing inclusive programs that reach all communities. By training a diverse workforce in skills needed for the 21st century, states and localities can encourage inclusive broad-based prosperity.
REMI Analyst Katy Koon and Economic Analyst Haozheyi Guan will be hosting “Socio-Economic Indicator (SEI) in Workforce Development,” our upcoming webinar on Thursday, June 24th from 2:00 to 3:00 p.m. (ET) that will assess the economic implications of SEI policies in the workforce development and the economy.
This discussion will also examine the effects of labor force policy changes on various income categories, geographical locations, and racial, ethnic, and gender groups.
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