While job openings are abundant in America, employers are not hiring. Why does this gap exist? Many argue employers are not hiring because high schools and colleges are failing to prepare students with the skills necessary for today's workforce. Economist Peter Cappelli of The Wharton School disagrees. In a Washington Post article, Cappelli contends that "[t]he real issue is that employers' expectations - for the skills of new graduates, for what they must invest in training, and for how much they need to pay their employees - have grown increasingly out of step with reality." Employers, Cappelli argues, are looking to hire people who can hit the ground running. According to Cappelli, this mindset incorrectly assumes that schools are good at providing work-based skills. This begs the question: Whose responsibility is it to skill-up our workforce? A) Schools; B) Employers; or C) Both.