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One of the key differences in the structure of the labor market in the United States compared with the labor market in Japan and Germany is in structure of skill development of the workforce. This paper considers how the discussion in the United States on a national training policy may be informed by the experiences of other countries. The paper examines training institutions in Germany and Japan since they are often cited as the two leading examples of best practices in private sector training. In addition, this paper discusses other countries that have attempted to transform their training institutions, in particular, France.
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