Increase Pathways to Employment through Apprenticeships
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Apprenticeships allow people to get hands-on experience and learn how to do a job. These can be paid positions and may lead to a career. Apprenticeships help people who do not have college degrees. They also benefit people who want skills that are not taught in school. The government can provide money to businesses that offer apprenticeships. This support could be through tax credits, money for equipment, or grants for hiring apprentices.