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Free Press Article Touts Positives of Apprenticeship

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An Oct. 6 article in the Detroit Free Press titled "Experts: Apprenticeship degree can land in-demand job" concludes the following:

  • "Middle Skill" jobs have been tough to fill in Michigan and demand for such workers will keep growing
  • Many good-paying jobs require training but not a four-year degree
  • A Bachelor's degree is no longer viewed as job seeker's holy grail
  • Apprentice programs making a comeback

To read the entire article, click here.

 

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Apprenticeship Trivia

In 1934, the Federal Committee on Apprenticeship was appointed by the Secretary of Labor to serve as "the national policy-recommending body on apprenticeship" in the United States. The FCA assumed its responsibilities with respect to apprentices and their training under the industrial codes formulated by the National Recovery Administration.