Service Economy and Technological Change Will Require New Skills, Experts Predict

Foster, Susan G.
November 1982
Education Week;11/3/1982, Vol. 2 Issue 9, p6
The article reports on the conference held in Washington concerning the need for a large number of workers in service-oriented industries specifically in health, trade and education. Educational institutions are encouraged to start formulating curricula to prepare the students for jobs in a high technology society.


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