- About NSC
- Skills Mismatch
Nearly 9 in 10 voters believe the U.S. should provide skills retraining at no cost to any worker who loses their job due to automation. Yet the U.S. has virtually no comprehensive state or national policy framework to work with industry to help re-skill and retain current workers in their jobs.
Faced with these potentially dramatic shifts in labor market demand, and the potential for these shifts to worsen inequality, the U.S. needs a fundamental rethinking of our state and national policies around upskilling current workers and helping displaced workers transition to new opportunities.
Skilled America Podcast Ep. 5 - The (Digital) Learning Divide
Host Rachel Unruh finds out how teachers and students are dealing with the challenge of transitioning to digital learning in response to Covid-19.Listen
Skills for an Inclusive Economic Recovery
A set of generation-defining investments in inclusive skills policy can contribute to addressing the disproportionate impact of the economic crisis on communities who have long suffered inequities.Learn More