ILO Director-General makes case for CTE

High-level supporting arguments for investing in skills-based and applied-science training. 
"Guy Ryder, ILO [International Labor Organization] director-general, said if young people’s 'talent and energy is side-lined by a lack of opportunity or skills it will damage all our futures and make it much more difficult to re-build a better, post-COVID economy.'
He argued that 'significant and immediate action' needed to be taken to improve their situation, with the ILO recommending programs guaranteeing employment and training be implemented in both developed, as well as low- and middle-income economies."

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