Back to Work: Leveraging Your Skills to Find Better Opportunities – Mar 3
Posted by Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia on February 23, 2021
As we look ahead to recovery and consider the impacts of automation on many jobs in our area, join us for Back to Work: Leveraging Your Skills to Find Better Opportunities, Wednesday, March 3, 10:00 a.m.–11:45 a.m.
Recent research by the Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia shows that Black and Hispanic workers have borne the weight of the economic crisis, disproportionately losing jobs or seeing a reduction in wages. At this event, cohosted with AL DÍA, you’ll hear from Patrick T. Harker, president and CEO of the Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia; experts in workforce development; and local college leaders to learn about resources available to workers as they look for their next opportunity.
- how skills-based occupational transitions — which focus on a job candidate’s skills rather than education level — can promote economic mobility for lower-wage workers even if they don’t have a bachelor’s degree.
- a new tool developed by the Federal Reserve Banks of Philadelphia and Cleveland that can help workers without a bachelor’s degree transition to occupations that require similar skill sets and provide a meaningful increase in pay.
- local education and training resources from the Community College of Philadelphia, Peirce College, Congreso, and Hopeworks Camden.
To ensure a more inclusive recovery, we need to be sure that all residents, particularly those in low-wage or unstable work, are able to connect to higher-paying jobs.
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