Evaluating the Skills Gap

A study by the Chronicle of Higher Education, in 2013, found that approximately 50 percent of hiring managers complained of inadequate skills among college graduates. Typical skills cited as lacking were the ability to adapt, to communicate effectively, and the ability to solve problems. Nancy Hellmich, contributor to USA Today, reports that employers complain that schools are not doing enough to prepare graduates for today’s job market. Dennis Yang, President and COO for Udemy and writing for Forbes, finds a significant difference of opinion over the readiness of today’s graduates to join a dynamic work environment – over 70 percent Read More