When only 27% of low-wage earners with high school diplomas escape low-earnings during a 9 year period, our workforce system isn’t delivering on the promise of economic mobility. Tipping Point recognized the same pattern of plateauing client wages across our employment grantees. In response, we facilitated a 12-month collaboration with three Bay Area skills training providers – Opportunity Junction, JobTrain, and JVS – to understand the experiences of job seekers and propose new services that promote career advancement to self-sufficient wages.
Unlocking Career Advancement for Training Program Graduates
PUBLISHED: Sep 20, 2020
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