Is Healthcare Ready? The Changing Face of North Carolina's Population

Will you have the pool of professionals you need for your future workforce? Where will the majority of North Carolina's workforce live? What will their backgrounds be and how will that impact your training? North Carolina is experiencing profound demographic changes. The population is becoming more diverse, it's aging, and disparities between rural and urban counties are increasing. How will this impact employers and the training needed for their workers?

Join the Competitive Workforce Alliance Allied Health Regional Skills Partnership Wednesday, January 27, 2016 when Dr. Rebecca Tippett, Director of Carolina Demography at the Center for Demography at UNC-Chapel Hill will discuss the rapidly changing face of North Carolina and what it means for workforce and economic and social change.

Wednesday, January 27, 2016
Time: 11:00 am - 1:30 pm
CPCC Cato Campus 8120 Grier Road Charlotte, NC 28225
CT-1 (Center Building), Room Number CT 225 (2nd floor)
Non-member lunch fee $15.00

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