Here, we’ve compiled a list of the best Job Training Quotes from famous persons: Leila Janah, Roy Cooper, Steve Largent, Rashida Tlaib, Bobby Scott. The wide variety of quotes available makes it possible to find a quote to suit your needs. You’ve likely heard some of the Job Training Quotes before, but that’s because they truly are great.
People say, ‘I’m for job training. We can train people to increase the likelihood that they can be self-sufficient.’ Okay, that’s great, you‘re for job training – I like job training – but do you think the federal government should have 163 different job-training programs?
Studies have shown that inmate participation in education, vocational and job training, prison work skills development, drug abuse, mental health and other treatment programs, all reduce recidivism, significantly.
Disabled people need more invested in their education, housing, job training, transportation, assistive technology, and independent-living facilities. Governments earn back this investment – and more – by making people with disabilities economically productive citizens.
We need to honor our troops who served and show our support by giving our men and women who served the best health care, the best educational opportunities, and the best job training available. They deserve nothing less.
In a world where people are hungry for quick fixes and sound bites, for instant gratification, there’s no patience for the long, slow rebuilding process: implementing after-school programs, hiring more community workers to act as mentors, adding more job training programs in marginalized areas.
What we have to do is support business, but also support our workers with job training programs and with reasonable wages.
Not only do African students deserve excellent universities, they deserve good elementary and secondary schools, too – and then, to have access to ongoing vocational and job training to ensure their skills remain as relevant as possible to African organizations.
We need to work together, on a bipartisan basis, to create new jobs, increase job training, enact real and substantive middle class tax relief, and reward companies that create jobs at home.
Policy is no longer being written by politicians accountable to the American public. Instead, policies concerning the defense budget, deregulation, health care, public transportation, job training programs, and a host of other crucial areas are now largely written by lobbyists who represent mega corporations.
Although AmeriCorps is making a difference among its participants and the people they serve, we must address homelessness and the need for job training among our veterans.
What makes a successful country is when you invest in the people of the country – whether it’s education, health care, job training – and you rebuild a clean America to provide the kind of infrastructure that will be sustainable and let us grow.
I think what’s been lacking from our discussion for a long time is really that other part of what a Budget chair does, which is set the priorities for this country in terms of making sure we invest in the right places, in education, in job training, and to make sure we do a balanced approach moving forward.
In 1989, I started the National Association of Business Women. We incorporated microfinance and different job training for women. We did a survey, with USAID, that found women lacked training, credit and information.
Central Virginia students deserve access to the best educational and job training opportunities possible.