TechHire Initiative can cater to the Startups and Small Entities
Posted: Apr 15,2015
US President Barack Obama declared the $100 million TechHire Initiative. It is a brand new campaign to train the Americans quickly for the handsomely paying technology jobs which are not based only in Silicon Valley but all across USA. To bring about the results this campaign will work closely with the communities.
The aim of this plan fill up 500k vacancies in tech jobs with the help of unique methods and this predicts huge benefits for the USA’s workforce and the economy as a whole. But there are hindrances also. It majors might find this plan unproductive but startups and small businesses can benefit from this program.
The greatest potential for the TechHire lies in the small businesses because they are more flexible with their hires and many of the employees are engaged in multiple work processes. A person who have acquired technical skills in a special accelerated program and willing to expand their horizon and roles within a company is of course ideal for a startup.
Another fantastic aspect of this program is the community or the local aspect. It provides a plan to the communities to create local strategies and partnerships to help connect people to jobs and it invests in and works with industry trusted organizations. This initiative also guarantees for those who have technical skills but actually does not have a degree.
College degree may still be the ultimate thing but presidential backing lends value to these other forms of alternate education systems.