Filling the Skills Gap: Maine System’s Bold $150M Graduate Center Plan Addresses Need for High-skill Workers
The University of Maine System is proposing to create a new graduate center for business, law and public policy to help supply workers for high-level skills jobs in Maine. How it will bring together the newly merged MBA programs of the University of Maine and University of Southern Maine, the Muskie School of Public Service, and the Cutler Institute is described. Graphs comparing the percentage of population 25 and older with a professional degree in the New England states and the Maine jobs forecast and net employment change by 2024 are depicted as well. [image, graphs]
Universities and colleges--Graduate work, Occupational training
McCarthy, James, "Filling the Skills Gap: Maine System’s Bold $150M Graduate Center Plan Addresses Need for High-skill Workers" (2016). Maine News Index – MaineBiz. 6842.
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