By Kimberly Palmiero // Illustration by Olson McIntyre – FEBRUARY 9, 2020

In communities across Postindustrial America, universities and companies are racing to figure out how to equip people for jobs in the next 20 years.

In Ohio, JPMorgan Chase announced in the fall that it would donate $1 million to Columbus State to help build courses and resources to give students skills that employers seek for IT jobs, such as cyber security and software development.

Meanwhile in Michigan, Google is funding the company’s IT professional certificate program to community colleges — 16 states by the end of this year — as part of an effort to broaden the pool of people with that training….

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