Oakland Park, FL -- (SBWIRE) -- 01/09/2017 -- Manufacturing journalist, Thomas R. Cutler, discussed the shifting economic landscape and how it is reshaping the way people think about the skills and training they need to get ahead. The article was recently published in AutomationMedia.com.
Cutler highlights a new report by the Pew Center shows that American workers – especially those with college degrees and/or those working in STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics) fields – know they need continuing education training to keep pace in the job market. Overall, the survey findings and employment data show how Americans are hustling to adapt to new labor force realities.
As more working adults realize they need new and ongoing job skill training, workers will flock to both formal education settings as well as newer, faster technology education; the learning community for robotics, technology computer, web development, and data science skills is growing quickly across the country.
Many of these continuing education students have college degrees already and work closely with robotic and technology companies to continually train existing employees. Like many millennials accustomed to exercise bootcamps, the students in these programs report a preference for intense, immersive programs – helping graduates start or advance careers.
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About TR Cutler, Inc.
TR Cutler, Inc. was founded seventeen years ago by Thomas R. Cutler. Cutler is the President and CEO of Fort Lauderdale, Florida-based, TR Cutler, Inc., (http://www.trcutlerinc.com), the largest manufacturing communication firm worldwide with four dozen industry experts and thought leaders on staff. Cutler maintains extraordinary relationships with clients, journalists, editors, economists, trendsetters, and key business leaders worldwide and has become a key resource for those writing about the manufacturing sector. Cutler founded the Manufacturing Media Consortium in 1999, which now has more than 6,000 global members including journalists, editors, publishers, and economists, worldwide writing about trends, industrial data, manufacturing case studies, material handling profiles, and robotics feature articles. Cutler works with thousands of media outlets to expand the coverage and importance of the manufacturing media coverage.
Cutler has authored more than 6,000 articles for a wide range of manufacturing periodicals, industrial publications, and business journals each published in leading monthly trade magazines, B2B periodicals, blogs, and marquis publications globally. Cutler is the most published freelance industrial journalist worldwide, and more than three thousand industry leaders follow Cutler on Twitter daily at @thomasrcutler.