U.S. companies with 100 or more employees spent a whopping $54 billion on training last year, according to projections in Training magazine's Industry Report 2000, released last fall. This includes salaries and expenditures for both in-house and outside trainers. Of the total amount, 13 percent ($7 billion) represents spending on seminars and conferences. The study broke down types of training by industry. The most popular types of training in the finance/insurance/banking category were: ...

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