Yesterday, Team Guinta traveled to the Lakes Region Community College in Laconia to continue its Middle-Class Economic Recovery Tour.
These schools can be enormously helpful to students looking for cost effective ways to develop the tools needed to learn a trade and begin a career. Additionally, this stop highlighted the importance of job training and the role it can play when individuals become structurally unemployed after months and years of looking for work.
Frank Guinta released the following statement:
“For many, the effects of the Great Recession linger on with unemployment and underemployment remaining historically high. I am confident though, that our best economic days lie ahead. In order to get there, our workforce needs to be educated and ready to adapt to the needs of the 21st century. Job training and workforce development programs can be the bridge over which we cross into a prosperous, more competitive future. We must place our trust in the ingenuity and entrepreneurial spirit of the American worker, not a Washington bureaucrat.”