Washington Alliance of Technology Workers

Communication Workers of America, Local 37083



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survey smDid you work hard for years or go into debt to obtain a professional degree only to find there are few available jobs?
Are you a professional that has discovered you are not treated like one in the workplace?
Do you think workforce development should be about getting more people trained or creating more jobs that utilize existing skills in the workforce?
Do you think labor market information is sufficiently accurate for most people to make appropriate choices?
Would you recommend to a young person starting out that he or she obtain a professional degree in your field...or not?
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