A Message from our CEO & Founder, Alex Londo I was approached yesterday and asked the question, “Do I really have to pay to create…
“We need to rethink who is skilled, and how skills are measured and evaluated,” said Peter Q. Blair, a labor economist at Harvard, who was a member of the research team.For those who feel like they’ve reached their peak earning potential, consider Robert B. Johnson Jr., who worked as an administrative assistant at a finance company in Dallas. While building up business communications skills at his first office job, Johnson knew he was interested in technology and enrolled in a six-month computer programming course. Not long after completing his coursework, he was hired at a local software company earning $55,000 a year compared to $30,000 at the finance company. Now he and his girlfriend are living in a new apartment, looking at houses and talking about starting a family.“It’s the American dream stuff that didn’t seem feasible for me until now,” Johnson said.
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