Automation, the replacement of human labor with technology, is widely seen as one of the biggest challenges facing the labor market today. To find out if your job is likely to be automated, we’ve put together this flowchart.
An influx of on-the-job training (OJT) funds has made it a better time than ever to hire a Code Louisville graduate. The program currently has over $200,000 worth of OJT dollars available for employers.
On December 14, many of Louisville’s top leaders in government, business, education, and workforce gathered at the Muhammad Ali Center to discuss how the region can maximize its potential and better compete with the likes of Austin, Nashville, and other tech-savvy cities on the rise.
Mayor Greg Fischer announced today that Louisville has been awarded additional federal funding to increase efforts to help break the cycle of crime and violence among young adults ages 18-24, by connecting them to training, jobs and education.