The President has prioritized creating a competitive workforce to meet a changing global economy. While employers are beginning to hire again, structural problems in the labor market will continue to keep unemployment levels high in the coming years and limit economic mobility for low-income workers. Join CLASP for a high-level bipartisan discussion of lessons we can draw from the last four decades of workforce policy to help the nation effectively navigate its immediate and long-term labor market challenges.
This event is part of CLASP's 40th anniversary policy series, Policy and Promise for Low-Income People in America.
Monday, May 9 | 3 - 4:30 p.m.
Dirksen Senate Office Building, SD-562