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UW and business leaders outline need for educated workers

Madison, Wis. Brain drain in Wisconsin, educations effect on the state economy and fewer graduates qualified for jobs in the technology industry were a few of the many topics covered yesterday in a public discussion with the Education Access Panel.

The panel first discussed the relation between the knowledge economy and creating jobs in Wisconsin. Uni......

Full article >>> n Council, maintained that his goal was to do just that. The real mission ... was to try to bring the publics awareness and appreciation for great education at any level up to a level that would sustain it and develop it in the future, Vander Woude said.

He added that if Wisconsins economy does not grow, it will not be able to afford superior schools.

The panel also focused o......

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Wiley also sees a need to retain young technology workers by making the right jobs available. our economy is disproportionately weighted with old-economy jobs, he said.

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Katy Williams is a Madison-based freelance writer for WTN.......

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Source:wistechnology.com By Katy Williams 10/20/04


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