Opportunity Costs and Social Capital

After thirty years in the field of workforce development, I am surprised that there is little recognition for the importance of social capital building. Especially since it is the number one way people find jobs in the U.S. When enrolled in a workforce development program, most youth are given instruction on basic strategies such as handshake techniques and the best ways to answer the ten commonly asked interview questions. Most workforce agencies don't provide students with social capital building support, often never even helping students identity their ready existed social capital assets. At the same time, Ivy League colleges are proactively helping students cash-in on social capital lik

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