13) According to the passage, the “experts” on the one hand, and Moss and Tilly on the other, disagree about the specific kinds of deficiencies possessed by today’s workers: the “experts” claim that workers are deficient because of the lack of job skills, while Moss and Tilly believe that the deficiencies stem from the lack of motivation and poor attitude. This means that the two sides would disagree about whether the skills of today’s workers are adequate for their jobs; thus Choice D is correct.
14) If Handel’s account is correct, it would not be surprising that a high level of perceived skill deficiencies in young workers at one time translates into a relatively low level of perceived deficiencies among older workers some twenty years later. If the deficiencies in young workers are in job-related skills, however, some trace of those deficiencies would still be noticeable twenty years later. Since the last sentence presents data that support the first prediction rather than the second, Choice C is correct.
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