Baltimore Sun: Maryland Motor Truck Association encourages high schoolers to become truck drivers.

As the cost of higher education continues to skyrocket, many high school graduates are looking to skills-based learning to jump-start their careers by eschewing the more traditional route of a four-year college degree. In Maryland, the Blueprint for Maryland’s Future set a goal for 45% of high school graduates completing an apprenticeship or an industry-recognized occupational credential by the 2030-2031 school year.

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Jenny Kincaid