The Ready Washington coalition released a new video highlighting the many career paths available to Washington kids upon graduation from high school. The video, “Career Ready: Job Pathways at McKinstry,” features Washington Roundtable member Dean Allen, CEO of McKinstry, a design, build, operate, and maintain firm in South Seattle.
Over the next five years, Washington companies, like McKinstry, anticipate 740,000 job openings, the majority of which will require a postsecondary credential, such as a technical or industry certification, apprenticeship, or degree. In Washington state, the Career and College Ready high school diploma is the bridge to any number of options, whether those be work, training, or college.
Watch the video below. To learn more visit readywa.org/career-ready-mckinstry. Or get even more data and check out other job profile vignettes on our Washington Kids for Washington Jobs page.