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If we don’t prepare them with skills and credentials for a workforce transformed by automation,18 million people in the South could be unemployable.
States, schools, colleges and employers can partner to build pathways that raise attainment, narrow skills gaps and serve local workforce needs.
What policy changes have the potential to help families afford postsecondary education and boost college completion?
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SREB’s new interactive dashboard gives users the ability to explore the average compensation packages — salaries, health and retirement benefits, and take home pay — for teachers in each SREB state.
As automation accelerates, it is more important than ever to prepare students for good careers available in their local economies. When schools and colleges partner with industries of strategic importance in their states, more students are prepared for in-demand jobs and more employers can meet their workforce needs.
To help states retain their teachers and recruit the next generation into the profession, SREB offers an examination of teacher compensation policies in our states and how adjustments could help reverse teacher shortage trends.
In addition to rising unemployment, COVID-19 poses another threat to the jobs of low-skill workers in the South. The pandemic is accelerating the move to automation by as much as five years. Millions people will need training and education to be employable in 2025. See the data for your state.