There is no skills-gap: it is employers who have not kept up with the improved skills of graduates

One of the frequent criticisms levelled at universities in both the US and UK is that they do not provide students with the skills they need in the workplace. Skills are in abundance, and the true gap is the underutilisation of talent, writes Steven C. Ward. Often borrowing from human capital theory, first elaborated by the late Chicago School economist … Continue reading There is no skills-gap: it is employers who have not kept up with the improved skills of graduates