Why Jobs Go Unfilled Even in Times of High Unemployment

Companies say too many applicants just don’t have the right skills. Partnerships between employers and community colleges are looking to fix that.

Three Alamo Academy graduates, now Lockheed Martin employees, in front of an engine for the U.S. Air Force's C-5 plane. The Alamo Academies are part of a public-private partnership that trains select high-school students, lets them earn college credits, and provides many with high-skilled jobs as soon as they graduate from high school. 
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