Junior Achievement Helping To Fill Skills Gap
Thursday - October 10, 2013 at 7:52 am
Many jobs in South Carolina continue to go unfilled because they require that the applicant have more than a high school degree but not so much as a four-year college degree. These are referred to as "middle-skilled" occupations. Our next guest says that her organization is helping to bridge this skills gap.
Mike Switzer interviews Stephanie Stuckey, president of Junior Achievement of Central South Carolina.