“A resilient workforce is better prepared to meet the unexpected….To stay competitive, companies and communities alike need talented and skilled workers. Yet the challenges that we face – assessing the talent and skills of workers and recognizing the requirements of the jobs of the future – are complex….

“In the face of rapidly­ changing workplace dynamics, shifting demographics, and technology advancements, jobs are becoming more sophisticated [requiring] additional skill set development, training, and certification.”

Source: The Maryland Economic Development Association

Find out which of Maryland Governor Hogan’s workforce proposals, supportive of workforce resiliency, were passed in the 2017 State General Assembly.