Skill Testing Report

NDP Research Study: Skills Testing Delays Costing US Economy $1.5 Billion Annually

6.4 million days of delays impact more than 250,000 workers

January 9, 2019

(Alexandria, Virginia) – The Commercial Vehicle Training Association (CVTA) has released new research showing that commercial driver skills testing delays are responsible for $1.5 billion in annual economic losses for the US economy and more than 6.4 million days of delays for new commercial drivers, leading to significant wage loss for American workers.

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