Why is there a skills gap in the US?

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Vincent Suppa (CEO of HR and Adjunct Professor, NYU)

Vincent Suppa uses the example of Singapore in answering the question about the skills gap. He discusses how Singapore has very few natural resources so that they have become a country of talent and that education in Singapore changes based on needed skills. He also talks about the need for personal resiliency and being able to take a pragmatic approach to employment.


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Vincent Suppa

CEO of HR and Adjunct Professor, NYU

Vincent Suppa is a Global HR Executive with business literacy in finance, strategy & technology transforming the HR profession one manager at a time. Operational experience in Hi-Tech, Telecom, Health Care, Non-Profit & Government sectors. Change Agent with track record of repositioning HR from cost to profit center. Efficiency expert, SPHR certified, graduate professor & former founding SHRM chapter President. Currently Vicent holds a President position at HR Avant-Garde and is an Adjunct Instructor in Human Resources Graduate Masters Business Degree program at NYU.

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