Workforce Development

Skip Estes and Jonathan Williams in The Hill

The South's economy isn't falling behind — it's just getting started

A recent  report declared that the South’s economy is falling behind because it was unprepared for globalization. Meanwhile, just this week, Mitsubishi Motors announced it would relocate its North American headquarters from high-tax California to low-tax Tennessee. This is another perfect example of how the Southern economy continues to rise because of broadly pro-growth policies, despite what some pundits would have the public believe.

Read the complete op-ed in The Hill.


In Depth: Workforce Development

American businesses are increasingly worried about the quality of the workforce pool from which they will be hiring. Too few American students are graduating high school or college with the skills employers need. And while college is a pathway to career success for many students, it’s far from the only …

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