In the last two years, nearly half of the job seekers in the public system who sought a tuition subsidy for training in a high-priority occupation chose to use the funding to obtain a commercial driver's license (CDL). There is no question that CDL holders find new employment more quickly and earn more than they had previously. But how long will this investment pay off? Will self-driving cars make the skills of commercial drivers obsolete?
In this report, Partner4Work shares the voices of the men and women who chose to pursue a commercial driver's license despite its long-term outlook.
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