Acting Secretary of Labor Julie Su traveled to Oregon last week to meet with workers who are building the future of America. She visited Springfield first to highlight the benefits of apprenticeship and announce a $200 million department investment in apprenticeship programs in communities across the country. At an IBEW training facility, she heard from the Oregon Tradeswomen about how they’re getting more women into the trades and apprenticeships.
“Learning from Japan’s proven approach to upskilling and training its workforce in this sector will be invaluable as we build a globally competitive advanced manufacturing base and create good-paying jobs here in the United States,” Parton said.
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