The ‘skills gap’ is mostly a corporate fiction, based in part on self-interest and a misreading of government data http://t.co/8EqHg05M0k— Stowe Boyd (@stoweboyd)
The NY Times Editorial Board
This is a recap of Peter Capelli’s research debunking the skills gap, where companies plead ‘skills gap’ but in fact are unwilling to raise pay high enough to fill so-called ‘unfilled jobs’. It’s a Potemkin village argument.
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