Donald Trump Signed Job Training Order for American Employees

WASHINGTON — Donald Trump is solving problems of unemployment. He signed the executive order about the establishment of the National Council for the American Worker.

American President is concerned by the unemployment problem. He believes that the executive order will create opportunities for millions of students to receive their first job. It will be also helpful for employees to build their careers making educational and training courses.

According to Mr. Trump, the council will unite industrial experts and employers, the government officials will support it as well. The pledge was signed by 23 companies that are ready to provide job training. Specialists of the National Council will make monitoring of the existing federal training and retraining programs and will look for new training initiatives. Such steps will strengthen the American economy and raise the standard of living for a young generation of future employees.

“America’s strength, heart, and soul are found in our people,” Mr. Trump said. He emphasizes that the highest value for the country is a social prosperity and jointly Americans can make their country “greater than ever before”.

Staff writer for the Chicago Morning Star

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