WorkingNation is always searching for job and training pathways. Take a look at what we found in these five states.
From Florida: WCJB reports a two-day workforce conference in late May in Gainesville is aimed at helping job seekers with a history of justice involvement gain skills to land employment.
From Georgia: The Atlanta Journal-Constitution reports Hyundai Motor Group is in talks to build an EV manufacturing facility near Savannah with plans to employ 8,500 people.
From Ohio: ABC6 reports businesses in central Ohio are collaborating with the Girl Scouts to introduce young girls to STEM and skilled trades careers.
From South Carolina: Clemson News reports a consortium of postsecondary institutions is working to create the next generation of talent for the electrical vehicle industry.
From West Virginia: The Center Square reports the Job Jumpstart Program provides some state residents with one-time payments of $1,500 if they get a new job and remain employed for at least eight weeks.
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