The Biden administration's infrastructure plan would create millions of jobs. That's welcome news for the economy, but it may also create a challenge: How do we provide proper skills training to get the job done?
By Mary Lou Jay More and more, America is turning to clean energy. Solar and wind are the country’s fast-growing renewable energy sources. For job seekers and career changers interested in good jobs in the
Adolfo Terrero wasn’t always an electrician, but thanks to an on-the-job training program he’s learned how to do everything from installing breakers to wiring electricity for an entire house. He’s now growing in his career
By Gina Belli Trade school and community college may sound like the same thing, but they’re not. Both pathways provide a career-focused education. Key differences include how the programs are structured, the time it takes
Since 2018, Michal Cohen has been a volunteer firefighter at the Belltown Fire Department in Stamford, Connecticut. "I never thought about becoming a firefighter, but while I was trying to figure out what career I
Shaun Foust was only 12 years old when she learned about open heart surgery and became "fascinated by the heart." Now 44, the cardiovascular technologist at Atrium Navicent Health in Macon, Georgia, is just as
Julio Dejesus knew he’d found the right job when he became an environmental field technician. After working in an unfulfilling job for years, the 33-year-old discovered the satisfaction of problem solving — and making customers
Zachary Gooch has been a surveyor and mapping technician for about four years. During that time, he's discovered that his job title causes a surprising amount of confusion. Gooch, 37, who works for Gustin, Cothern