Apprenticeships are a time-honored practice of training workers to be as best prepared as possible for a career.  Some call an apprenticeship “the other four-year degree.” With costs of college and university tuition rising and an increasingly burdensome student debt crisis, it’s no wonder young workers are looking to apprenticeships to start their careers instead of attending college. The problem is, the sanctity of real apprenticeships could be undone by a proposed Department of Labor rule change.

Oregon AFL-CIO Article

By | 2019-11-18T06:23:39-08:00 November 17th, 2019|ATU 757|