Technically Philly: This training program helps Philly employers hire and retain immigrant talent

Much of the nation’s immigrant workforce is made up of individuals who have training, experience, or foreign college degrees that they acquired before coming to the states. Regardless of experience or training, immigrants are often concentrated in low-to-middle skill jobs and struggle to gain economic mobility.

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