From The Huffington Post
When it comes to the American employment market, employers and employees live on two ships (or in this case two horse-drawn buggies) passing in the night. On board one, you have 13.7 percent of Americans unemployed or underemployed and desperately trying to understand how to land jobs. On the other, you have employers plagued by 3.7 million unfilled jobs.
This brings me to a small liberal arts college in Lancaster, Pennsylvania and a college tour I recently took with my high school daughter. It was led by a senior tour guide with an uncanny ability to walk backwards while reciting key enrollment and graduation statistics.