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The promotion of a stable economy, President Donald Trump pressed U.S. companies and associations on Thursday to improve its job-training programs as an employer are looking for qualified professionals to fill vacancies.

“We need people who explains the training,” the trump card.

At an event in the East Room, Trump apprenticeships, vocational opportunities and training said, to gain the managers and workers, the nation, the students and the workers need more opportunities. The President said nearly two dozen companies and trade unions had agreed to a promise to sign the training for their workforce in the next five years.

“The companies are pouring back into our country-business, to be honest, the left 10 and 20 years, and you come back, and we need people who work for those companies,” Trump said. “We need talented people. We need people with training.”

The President 2016 campaign included a pitch to help the “forgotten men and women” who have suffered, in the midst of globalisation and a changing economy. The promise and an executive order Trump signed, the creation of a national Council for American workers and a workforce policy advisory board-target-address, the needs of the manufacturing industry, unsettled, as the President has on the trade disputes, the economic.

The White house, the “Pledge to America ‘s said Workers” would at least opportunities for 3.8 million new careers for students and workers in the next five years, including internships, work-based learning and training.

Some of the companies signing the pledge include Apple, Boeing, General Motors, FedEx, The Home Depot, IBM, Lockheed Martin, Microsoft, Northrop Grumman, and Walmart. Several professional associations are involved in the job-training initiative, and Trump welcomed some members of Congress and state and local officials, including Wisconsin’s Republican Gov., Scott Walker.

The management of millions of Americans who are not working or looking for work-and therefore not included in the unemployment — wants to bring back into the labour market. More people with jobs, accelerate economic growth and could help the White house achieve its goal of sustainable growth of 3 percent or higher.

The additional labour could also help fill 6.6 million open jobs, a near-record and more than the number of the unemployed.

However, a lack of competence is only one reason, some Americans have abandoned the job search. Economic research has found that opioid addiction and health problems have pushed to the background of millions of Americans.

Most labor economists agree that there are many middle-skill jobs that do not require a college degree, but you will need post-high school education.

These jobs are in advanced manufacturing, where the workers on the factory floors, are increasingly working with software and robotics. Many medical professions, such as radiology and physiotherapy, to grow and do not require a college degree. The same is true for marketing and sales jobs in banks and insurance companies.

The aging of the population and the retirement of the baby boomers is a challenge. The share of Americans aged 25 to 54, who are looking for work or working, constantly increased in the last three years. But that increase was largely offset by retirements, leaving the share of Americans who are stuck in the team at about 63 percent.

Trump has a big push in the past year in the promotion of education as a form of training, but he refused to commit to deliver the considerable resources, and the results of his initiative, what he promises.

For the former reality TV star, in the discussion on training courses irresistible.

“That is to say, an interesting word for me, right? `The Apprentice.’ I’ve actually never, until just now. It was a good experience, I will tell you that,” Trump said, laughing. “I can’t get away from this word. It is a big word!”



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