Over 100,000 Utahns awoke this morning ready to work but had no job to go to. Ironically, in a time of high unemployment, many Utah businesses have jobs they cannot fill simply because workers with the right education and skills are not available.
Education plays a critical role in our recovery from the longest, widest and deepest recession since the Great Depression and it is the key to long-term prosperity.
Please join us as we welcome Cheryl Oldham, vice president and executive director of the Institute for a Competitive Workforce, U.S. Chamber of Commerce . She will provide a national perspective on the impact education has on the economy. Oldham will then join a panel of local business leaders who have faced challenges finding top-level talent and growing their organizations.
This event will be held at the Salt Lake Chamber, 175 East University Blvd (400 South) Suite 600, Salt Lake City, Utah.
To learn more, please visit the Salt Lake Chamber's website.