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Classified ads Even with an improving economy, some old jobs will simply not be returning, and the high number of unemployed Americans may find new challenges in getting back to work. (Photo: Shutterstock)

There’s no going back to the pre-pandemic economy, according to a report from the Committee for Economic Development of The Conference Board (CED). The board’s new report, “A U.S. Workforce Training Plan for the Post-pandemic Economy,” is part of its “Sustaining Capitalism” series, which aims to take a nonpartisan look at the economic challenges facing the country.

The study found that the nation’s business leaders, policy-makers, and educators need to acknowledge the changes happening in the workforce, which include a move to remote work, technology advances, increased automation, and evolving skillset requirements.

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