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Trump to Tout Apprenticeships as a Way to Fill Jobs Gap
16 Junio 2017, 03:10 | Martinez Canez
"Scott Walker is all in for Trump because he wants every dime he can raise from Trump", said Scot Ross, director of the liberal group One Wisconsin Now.
(AP Photo/Susan Walsh). Labor Secretary Alexander Acosta speaks during the daily briefing at the White House in Washington, Monday, June 12, 2017. (Applause.) And Secretary of Education Betsy DeVos. This training, he said, set him up for a lucrative construction job - and he got it all for free.
We have a lot of companies moving into the United States, and we're negotiating with a lot of companies. They could put up a brick wall better than all of the kids in that college or that university - a great school. They'd rather be doing something else, like making money or painting murals.
We recently asked you to support our journalism. You learn incredible skills like welding, automotive fix, and machine tool operations. And the knowledge to operate them is very, very, very incredible.
"I love the name apprentice", Trump declared, referring to his reality TV show, The Apprentice. (Laughter.) It's a great word.
In 2016, almost $90 million in grants were appropriated for apprenticeship expansion.
Bravo. As the Labor Department notes, "nine in 10 Americans who complete apprentice training land a job, and their average starting salary is $60,000 a year".
German students are required to choose a career track while in high school. That's only about 0.3% of the total U.S. labor force, which according to a 2014 report, is much less than the share apprentices make up of the labor forces of, for example, Canada (2.2%), Britain (2.7%), Australia, and Germany (3.7% each).
Experts are encouraged by the administration's plan to invest in apprenticeships, but caution that they aren't the only solution to train workers.
President Trumpalso thanked his daughter and assistant Ivanka Trump for spearheading the initiative. Trump addressed the nation shortly after the incident, and he has visited Scalise as the representative continues to recover at the hospital. "When you cut resources, you cut access to properly trained workers".
Another official said both the President and Ivanka Trump, who is said to have been intimately involved in this executive order, will "use the bully pulpit of the White House.to maintain a focus on this issue".
The restaurant industry is the second-largest private-sector employer in the country and America's training ground.
Participants in some apprentice programmes receive on-the-job training while going to school, sometimes with companies footing the bill. Employers are responsible for paying apprentices' wages and mentoring them on the job.
Khanna added: "It's also important for the President to remember that apprenticeship and workforce development is more than just for the manufacturing industry".
President Donald Trump turns 71-years-old Wednesday, and though it's not clear how he intends to celebrate, some others were well underway to honor the United States' oldest president. She has worked so hard on this. It is also the day that speculation began circulating that the Golden State Warriors would refuse an invitation to the White House to celebrate their National Basketball Association championship win. It is seeking more than 450 apprentices in its inaugural year.
This is an idea that can help Americans find a job in today's stalled labor market. But when the president's party isn't unified, Wessel said, the president has to have more of a plan, then rally people around it.
Wisconsin's unemployment rate now stands at 3.1 percent, the lowest since 1999. And we have one of the highest percentages of people working - Mr. Secretary, you'll appreciate that - we have nearly 69 percent labor force participation rate. "We have regulations on top of regulations".
"I probably wouldn't be here if it weren't for the American worker", Trump said.
Gunman targets Republican lawmakers, wounds 5
The two injured officers were identified as Krystal Griner and David Bailey. "I saw two people being carried away on stretchers". He said a gunfight had ensued between the shooter and the congressmen's police security detail, who were armed with pistols.
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Hodgkinson's brother Michael said he was angry over the election of Mr Trump and had travelled to Washington to protest. During a press conference just hours after the shooting happened, President Trump announced that Hodgkinson is dead.