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For the fourth consecutive year, Idaho National Laboratory is one of the leading disability employers in the country according to the National Organization on Disability.
(The Center Square) – More than 180,000 fewer Illinoisans are looking for work than there were two years ago, and that’s one reason behind the flood of “Help Wanted” signs around every corner.
In July, the crew at the Havelock BK broadcast its departure on the restaurant’s marquee: WE ALL QUIT. SORRY FOR THE INCONVENIENCE. It was a sign of the times. A message at the outset of what would come to be known as the Great Resignation.
(The Center Square) – The state is pouring more money into the early childhood sector in Illinois.
(The Center Square) – The Minnesota Department of Employment and Economic Development (DEED) has announced 13 workforce development grants totaling nearly $2.2 million.
Harrisburg, PA – In Centre County, Suzie Birchfield joined the Butcher Apprenticeship Program when she realized she wanted a new career. Raised on a poultry farm in Juniata County, Suzie pursued post-secondary education and taught elementary school, but a career in meat processing was always on her mind.
(The Center Square) – Missouri Republican Gov. Mike Parson joined governors from 13 states on Monday pledging to solve problems in the transportation and logistics industries and criticizing actions of the Biden Administration. Gov. Parson also signed an executive order creating the Missouri Supply Chain Task Force.
(The Center Square) – Up to $1.2 million will be available to support the increase of regional workforce talent development, Iowa Gov. Kim Reynolds announced Friday.
"We need to continue to develop talent" to fill job openings and provide opportunities for young Nebraskans, the governor said at a news conference where he proclaimed November to be "Apprenticeship Month" in the state.