WASHINGTON (Reuters) – Honda Motor Co will join on Tuesday a growing number of companies signing a White House pledge to boost U.S. job training opportunities.
The third largest Japanese automaker will announce in Ohio it will provide expanded job training opportunities to 50,000 workers by 2025.
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Other major companies including Alphabet Inc’s Google unit, Toyota Motor Corp , American Airlines , Apple Inc and General Motors Co are among more than 400 firms that previously agreed to offer education and training opportunities for U.S. students and workers.
Rick Schostek, executive vice president of Honda North America, said in an interview that the company has long been committed to offering job training for its employees, but was trying to be more public about it. He said the 50,000 training figure “was a bit more than in the past.”
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