Forgotten Middle-Skill Jobs: State by State Snapshots

national-skills-coalitionMiddle-skill jobs, which require education beyond high school but not a four-year degree, make up the largest part of the labor market in the United States and in each of the 50 states. All too often, key industries in our country are unable to find enough sufficiently trained workers to fill these jobs. These fact sheets from the National Skills Coalition show how this skill gap keeps states' economies from growing and employers from hiring.