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Sep 4, 2023

There is a big difference between a skills shortage and a labor shortage. Employers used to worry about lack of applicable skills. Today employers just need people with some of the skills demanded. Elizabeth Crofoot is an economist with Lightcast. Based in DC, Elizabeth knows how to mine the data our Federal Government provides and "read the tea leaves." She and I talk about the tops skills employers are searching for today, how these skills are becoming "disruptive skills" and how workplace leadership is needing to change to accomodate these new skill demands. 

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