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Apprenticeships Aren’t Just for Welders Anymore

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Trump plans push for programs that train white-collar workers on the job.

In addition to free tuition and training, the Chicago resident earns $38,500 a year. He is among a small but growing number of young people apprenticing in fields that require a suit and tie instead of coveralls and gloves.

President Donald Trump is expected to sign an executive order Thursday that would add additional funding for apprenticeships and make the federal system less onerous for participating businesses, in part by shifting the responsibility to certify apprentice programs to industry groups from the Labor Department, according to several people familiar with the White House’s plan.

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