By Editors Timothy J. Bartik and Susan N. Houseman, Timothy J. Bartik, Susan N. Houseman
Can the U.S. economic climate generate fit development of excellent jobs -- jobs that may make certain a gentle development within the way of life for the center classification and that may supply a manner out of poverty for low-income americans? during this well timed new quantity, best coverage analysts research the demanding situations dealing with U.S. exertions marketplace coverage and suggest concrete steps to make American staff and employers extra aggressive in a world financial system.
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Entrylevel workers are frequently tested for marijuana and cocaine before obtaining employment. It is unclear to what extent illicit drug use influences the capabilities of American workers, but the evidence suggests that chronic drug use lowers employment (French, Roebuck, and Alexandre 2001). Although job qualifications are diverse and go well beyond cognitive skills, we lack good measures of qualifications that incorporate noncognitive skills, occupational and industry skills, skills gained from general work experience, and work readiness.
Indb 35 2/29/2008 1:42:03 PM 36 Lerman sessments about whether their existing skills have limited their job opportunities. Not surprisingly, those at high literacy levels were much less likely to feel limited by their current skill levels. Of those in the “proficient” category of quantitative literacy, 89 percent said their current reading skills were not limiting their job options at all, and only 4 percent saw more than a very small limitation. Similarly, 80 percent of those in the “intermediate” category saw no job limitations.
Some secondary and postsecondary institutions, such as vocational high schools, community colleges, and proprietary private vocational schools, offer school-based programs that involve occupational training. But the traditional ways workers learned an occupational skill— through informal on-the-job training and formal apprenticeships—have attracted very little attention. The emphasis on schooling and academic test scores as skill enhancement strategies results partly from a failure to conceptualize and measure a broader array of skills that are critical to success in the workplace.
A Future of Good Jobs?: America's Challenge in the Global Economy by Editors Timothy J. Bartik and Susan N. Houseman, Timothy J. Bartik, Susan N. Houseman