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Article Title

Learning From the Swiss

Keywords

education, student, Swiss, Switzerland, apprenticeship, vocational training

Abstract

The trades are in trouble. With less students choosing a vocational education, the United States is facing a rapidly growing gap in skilled vocational labor. The answer: the mighty apprenticeship program, courtesy of the Swiss. The Swiss model of apprenticeships help the bottom line of companies. It also trains students for promising careers. By taking clues from the Swiss, the US can begin solving its vocational trade woes.

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