President’s July 2021 Perspective


It is hard to believe that we are midway through the busy summer months.

A colleague recently shared an article with me that I found very interesting. It has been pretty clear the American middle class has been declining for some time. The reduction of incoming trade worker maybe a direct correlation.

It’s not all bad news through. The rising cost of four-year college degrees is making trade and vocations schools more appealing. And direct pressure for policy makers to encourage trade and vocational schools are sure to have a positive impact.

How to lift America’s heartland into the middle class