National Standards for Strong Apprenticeships
Issue Brief Employer-written national guideline standards can strengthen America’s apprenticeship system.
Why Millennials Aren’t Saving for Retirement—and What We Can Do to Change That
Millennials are saving less for retirement than older generations, threatening the long-term financial security of the youngest generation of American workers.
The Underuse of Apprenticeships in America
Charts The United States lags behind its European counterparts in the use of apprenticeships, a proven workforce training tool that would help American businesses, workers, and the U.S. economy as a whole.
The Bottom Line: Apprenticeships are Good for Business
Here are the top five ways American companies can benefit from hiring an apprentice.
Policies States Can Enact to Promote Apprenticeship
Apprenticeship is a time-tested worker-training model that is gaining traction as a possible solution to America’s workforce challenges. Here are some steps that states can take to expand apprenticeships.
America’s Incredible Shrinking Overtime Rights Need an Update
Issue Brief Guaranteed overtime rights are on the brink of extinction if the U.S. Department of Labor does not move to protect them.
Apprenticeship Expansion in England
Issue Brief England demonstrates that there are policies lawmakers can enact to dramatically expand apprenticeships, win industry support, and improve outcomes for workers and businesses.
What the United States Can Learn from Scotland’s Apprenticeship Expansion
Scotland has doubled its number of apprenticeships while expanding their occupational and gender reach.
Progressive Pro-Growth Principles for Trade and Competitiveness
Issue Brief The United States must develop the international relations and domestic foundations to make trade work for the United States and global middle classes.
Making Progress on Trade and Competitiveness
How trade can work for the middle class.
6 Policies to Combat Inequality
Six common-sense policies could help roll back economic inequality in America.
5 Reasons Expanding Apprenticeships Will Benefit Millennials
Lawmakers should expand apprenticeship opportunities to give young Americans access to well-paying, middle-class jobs that do not require a four-year degree.
Training for Success: A Policy to Expand Apprenticeships in the United States
Report By expanding apprenticeships in the United States, policymakers can create pathways to well-paying middle-class jobs for young Americans, while helping businesses meet the need for skilled workers.
Promoting Good Jobs for Millennials
Issue Brief Young Americans have the most to gain from raising the minimum wage and enhancing worker protections.
Burying Supply-Side Once and for All
If conservatives are serious about promoting economic growth and prosperity, they need to stop fetishizing tax cuts and start proposing policy ideas that are based on actual facts.