Closing the gap: Results from the Treasure Coast Skills Gap Study

Connecting business and education communities through creative partnerships and collaborations, and introducing new modes of employee training and learning are the keys to broadening the talent pool and growing high-wage, high value jobs throughout the Treasure Coast. Those findings and the full results of the Treasure Coast Skills Gap study, including a strategic framework for implementation, were presented February 7th at the Economic Development Council of St. Lucie County (EDC) Investors’ luncheon.

Click here to read more of Patricia Gehant’s summary on the Treasure Coast Skills Gap study from Florida Trend website. 

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