Closing the Latino Digital Skills Gap


Latino workers are 14% of overall workers, but represent 35% of workers with no digital skills and 20% of those with limited digital skills. Digital skills are crucial to obtaining gainful employment and resources to support their families. We talk to leaders from various organizations providing training and education to close this skills gap and help the community thrive.

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  1. Deep understanding of why the Latino community is lagging behind in digital skills training
  2. Examples of organizations that are funding upskilling programs and how they are making them available to the community
  3. Understanding of the consequences of not closing this gap



Ramona Schindelheim, Editor-in-Chief, WorkingNation

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