Goal 3: Improve the quality of the education system in order to create a more highly qualified and technologically skilled labor force. The Governments of El Salvador and the United States will join forces to help ensure that education of the labor supply matches labor market demand. On Track The GOES, through the Ministry of Labor and Social Welfare (MTPS), provided job placement services resulting in new employment for 2,077 job seekers. The US. Department of Labor provided technical assistance to the MTPS on how to prepare operations manuals and technical bulletins. The Salvadoran Professional Training Institute (INSAFORP), in collaboration with the USG, trained 631 young people, 391 of whom obtained employment and in the Improving Access to Employment Program a Memorandum of Understanding was signed with Los Nonualcos. Through INSAFORP’s Information Technology for Work program, 5,685 workers were trained, as well as 480 persons in conditions of vulnerability. The USG trained 151 English teachers, 21 of whom were trained in Costa Rica. The USG and INSAFORP developed the first modules of a national English for Work program, certifying 30 teachers. The USG, working with local organizations, implemented 12 vocational workshops for 1,400 high school graduates and created a website www.elijomifuturo.com. With the first Agro-industrial Technological Park in Ciudad Arce, the GOES has invested in productive diversification through scientific innovation and technology. The USG and MTPS organized four job fairs that attracted 1,600 job seekers and 110 companies, resulting in 438 employment offers the MTSP conducted another 13 fairs. In addition, 150 students began studying English, and 190 advanced to their second year. The USG and the GOES created seven alliances with local organizations and the private sector to expand labor opportunities. In addition, 25 students will receive scholarships to study in the United States. The indicators for this goal are the same as in the previous Scorecard, given that the new 2013-14 Global Competitiveness Index report is not available. In the Higher Education and Training subindex, El Salvador ranks 105 out of 142, and in the Labor Market Efficiency subindex, it occupies the position of 121 out of 142 countries.