Here's How US Looks To Churn Out Quality Workers For EV, Broadband Industry

  • The White House aims to introduce a summer-long initiative to unite labor unions and industry, Reuters reports.
  • They aim to help train more workers for good jobs in the electric vehiclebroadband, and construction sectors, senior administration officials.
  • The government aims to counter concerns regarding the possible recession and high inflation while highlighting employment gains by the move.
  • The "Talent Pipeline Challenge" will promote employers and state and local governments to use $800 million in job training funds from the $1 trillion Bipartisan Infrastructure Law. 
  • Top U.S. government officials will meet at the White House with executives from AT&T Inc T, Bechtel, Siemens AG SIEGY, union leaders, and workforce experts to brainstorm how to train more workers for quality jobs in those sectors.
  • American Rescue Program will also offer a significant sum from its rescue package to boost the supply of workers.
  • The Labor Department rolled out a "good jobs" campaign to emphasize workers' rights to collective bargaining. It will host its jobs summit on June 21, followed by another White House workforce event on June 27.
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