It is obvious that we can no longer expect employers to manage our training and career decisions. Companies no longer have apprenticeship programs; at most, they might offer an internship, which is little more than a temporary job. Many companies require undergraduate or even graduate degrees, but the burden of paying of them falls increasingly on the employee. Student loan debt now exceeds credit card debt as the biggest single debt for most households.
At the same time, traditional jobs are disappearing, probably never to return.
How does one know how to chart a path to success in this kind of an economic environment?
We think we have the answer.
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