We need to be investing MORE in education today, not less, in part to ramp up workforce skills. Consider this perspective:
The problem is that not enough people know how to use the new tools of the Internet, mobile, and cloud computing. The workforce as a whole does not have the right mix of skills. Hence tech companies can’t hire enough engineers while the rest of the economy suffers from perpetual unemployment.
Read the entire article: “Is Technology Destroying Jobs?
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