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Back to Work: Among findings – opportunities for youth and rural populations

This week we found pathways into health care, IT, manufacturing, and logistics
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WorkingNation is always on the lookout for opportunities to help people get back into the workforce This week, we share findings in Delaware, Nebraska, Nevada, Virginia, Wyoming.

Take a look.

From Delaware: Town Square Live reports Delaware has launched a campaign for job seekers to explore and apply for openings in state offices.

From Nebraska: North Platte Bulletin reports demand continues for the commercial driver’s license training at Mid-Plains Community College.

From Nevada: The Nevada Independent reports a Las Vegas career center is using virtual reality to help youth explore job pathways.

From Virginia: WRIC reports federal funds of more than $5.5 million will help grow the health care workforce in rural Virginia communities.

From Wyoming: Wyoming Public Media reports a Reno-based workforce organization has received just under $15 million in federal monies to boost job opportunities in health care, manufacturing, IT, and logistics – targeting tribal and rural populations.

 Did you miss our previous Back to Work stories from around the country? Catch up here.

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