Kelly’s Camden Says ‘Jobs’ As We Know Them Are Gone (Audio)

Carl Camden, president and chief executive officer of Kelly Services, says there’s been a strong debate over who’s responsible for retraining workers - employers or employees and jobseekers and, for the most part, employers have decided it’s the responsibility of the individual to retrain. Camden says Kelly Services is seeing growth primarily in leisure, hospitality, and healthcare industries, where wages are less than $20-an-hour and in the lower quintile of wages. He says more than 40 percent of Americans no longer work in ‘jobs’. They work in craft, trades and as independent contractors. He says that will rise to 50 percent within the next decade and the economy will thrive on that model. Camden speaks with Bloomberg’s Kathleen Hays and Vonnie Quinn on Bloomberg Radio’s "The Hays Advantage."

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