Jobs in Missouri Require a Variety of Training, Education and Experience
Over 60 percent of workers in Missouri are employed in occupations that typically, but not exclusively, require on-the-job training. The majority of this training can be acquired in a moderate (less than 12 months) or short (less than 1 month) period of time.
By contrast, nearly 20 percent of jobs typically require skills obtained through a bachelor's degree or higher - with most workers typically having a bachelor's degree and some work experience.
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