TITLE

CORPORATE AMERICA NEEDS TO SHOW THAT IT HASN'T GIVEN UP ON U.S. WORKERS

AUTHOR(S)
Easton, Nina
PUB. DATE
November 2012
SOURCE
Fortune;
SOURCE TYPE
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
The author discusses the U.S. jobs crisis, which includes the unemployment rate and public opinion toward corporations. Topics include the recruitment of employees outside of the U.S. as a corporate hiring policy, the use of outside contractors by corporations, and the number of jobs that remain open in 2012. Information is provided on how the global economic crisis has impacted employment in the U.S., the need for more vocational schools to train skilled workers, and lack of funding for U.S. community colleges.
ACCESSION #
83230690

 

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