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Indiana Joins Workforce Network To Shrink Workforce Deficit

State leaders have joined a network in hopes of solving a projected employment gap. The Markle Foundation’s Skillful State Network links Indiana with 19 other…

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State Getting ‘Skillful’ About Workforce Efforts

Governor Eric Holcomb is one of 20 founding governors in a national effort to boost workforce skills. The Skillful State Network focuses on creating a…

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To Fill Jobs in a Tight Labor Market, Employers May Need to Get Creative

Employers might have better luck finding workers if they approach hiring like Heather Terenzio does. Ms. Terenzio, founder of Boulder-based software-development company Techtonic Group Inc.,…

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North Carolina Joins Skillful State Network To Share Innovative Ideas On Workforce Development

North Carolina is joining a network of states committed to finding innovative ways to help prepare people for jobs so they can live better lives,…

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Delaware Joins 20 Other States in Forming Skilled Labor Network

Gov. John Carney joined 20 other governors in forming the Skillful State Network, a national collaboration to transform the U.S. labor market. The Network expands…

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Delaware One of 20 States Collaborating to Transform U.S. Labor Market

Delaware Gov. John Carney is one of 20 governors nationwide joining together in an effort to transform the U.S. labor market at scale to one…

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Wisconsin among States Launching National Tech Network for Skills Development

Wisconsin is one of several states launching a job skills program aimed at training laborers to be more equipped to land technical positions. Gov. Scott…

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Skillful State Network

Colorado Governor John Hickenlooper, the Markle Foundation, and 20 States Launch the Skillful State Network; Introduce Skillful State Playbook Governors of 20 founding member states…

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Colleges and Businesses Team up to Fill Demand for Skilled Workers

DENVER — David Andy went to college after graduating from high school, spent his first two semesters drifting through introductory classes, then was told to…

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Worker Shortage Spurs Uncharacteristic Partnerships Connecting Colleges, Business

DENVER — David Andy went to college after graduating from high school, spent his first two semesters drifting through introductory classes, then was told to…

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Foundations Essential to College Workforce Programs

NEW ORLEANS — Foundations are playing more of a key role in community college workforce programs than ever “There has been a sea change in…

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The Worker Retraining Challenge

Would you feel relatively sanguine if your job were at risk of being automated? You might if you lived in Sweden. That’s because most Swedish…