Employers are complaining about being unable to fill the jobs they need to make their businesses, organizations, and programs run successfully. This is especially relevant with technology skills, as we see a rise in automation and tech-driven businesses.

Are Idaho schools connecting education to real world, valuable career skills? What are the consequences if not?

Reference Cited:

The Spokesman Review: Idaho is losing half its college grads within 4 years of graduation, likely due to low pay