The Oklahoman OpinionONE of the striking observations from a recent conference about changes in the U.S. workforce came from the keynote speaker, an executive with a for-profit technical education school.
Jody Kent, a vice president at Universal Technical Institute, which has campuses in nine states, said that of the 20 jobs expected to be most in demand in the next 10 years, only three require a bachelor's degree.
Kent noted that the traditional college track is a good fit for many students, but many families may overlook trade schools and technical schools.Read more on NewsOK.com
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