Trump's daughter tried out "reality augmented" welding in Illinois.
Americans can't find jobs, and employers can't find candidates. Here's the missing link.
If it works, Trump's apprenticeship initiative will give more control to the people who know best what skills are needed -- employers.
Without these opportunities, the rate of recidivism is significantly higher.
Let's not trivialize that pathway to economic security, let's not frown upon it from an elitist view of the four year college gold standard. Let's fund skill set training, support the small business entrepreneurs on our Main Street and revive the memories of what built opportunity for so many.
Trying to identify those circumstances where an 18- to 25-year-old might fairly be treated as a juvenile, difficult though it may be, should be a priority for a modern society, particularly for non-violent offenders with a low outlook for recidivism.