Cities Struggle to Prepare Latinos for the future workforce

Despite Cities' efforts to train their residents for workforce changes as automation threatens millions of jobs, they are struggling to equip their most vulnerable populations: African Americans and Latinos.

According to the report, between 9% and 47% of jobs will be lost to automation in the upcoming decades, but these job losses will most significantly affect people with lower education levels. READ MORE AT U.S. NEWS & WORLD REPORT

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