SO MUCH WINNING! IBM Unveils Plan To Hire 25,000 Americans Before Meeting With Trump

The Trump Effect strikes again! He hasn’t even been sworn in yet but another major company has announced plans to hire thousands of American workers. This time, it’s IBM.

The Daily Mail reports:

IBM unveils plan to hire 25,000 in US on eve of Trump meeting

US technology giant IBM said Tuesday it would hire 25,000 people in the country over the next four years, a day before President-elect Donald Trump meets with tech industry leaders.

About 6,000 of those hirings will occur in 2017, IBM chief executive Ginni Rometty said in an opinion article published in the newspaper USA Today.

IBM, which has undertaken in recent years a restructuring of its activities, will invest $1 billion on employee training and development in the next four years, said the IBM president, chairman and CEO.

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“We are hiring because the nature of work is evolving — and that is also why so many of these jobs remain hard to fill,” Rometty said, noting that many industries were being reshaped by data science and cloud computing.

“Jobs are being created that demand new skills — which in turn requires new approaches to education, training and recruiting,” she said.

This is going to happen more and more. It’s easy to understand why, too.

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For the first time in years, companies know the United States will be a good place to do business.

Trump deserves all the credit for that.


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