United States

A tale of two labor markets


Jobs are being created at a rapid clip in the U.S., but mostly jobs that require advanced skills and are located in key cities. Chief economist, Joe Brusuelas of RSM US, and Jason Thomas, managing director and director of research from The Carlyle Group, discuss the challenges that U.S. businesses face in hiring critical workers, as well as the challenge for U.S. policymakers in addressing disappearing low-skill jobs and retraining workers for the economy of the future.

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