Apprenticeships in U.S. Return as Training Needed

Aug. 1 (Bloomberg) -- Brandon Richards, Bradley Gillespie and Toby Wofford, apprentices at United Tool and Mold in Easley, South Carolina, and Jeromy Arnett, production administration manager at United Tool, talk with Bloomberg's Jeff Green about the company's apprentice program. The United Tool apprenticeship, federally registered to train workers on the job, is one of more than 500 such programs added in South Carolina since 2008. (Source: Bloomberg)
How Migrants Built an Economy in Calais' Tent City
03:23 - Amid the hundreds of tents and makeshift shelters of Calais' sprawling migrant camp, a micro economy has emerged. Shops, restaurants and even a nightclub have sprung up, adding a shred of normality to a precarious, and often dangerous, existence. Bloomberg's Tom Mackenzie reports.
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