child care

Back to Work: This week – health care, silicon carbide tech, and construction

We checked out these five states to see what’s happening in the workforce
-
Share on facebook
Share on twitter
Share on linkedin

WorkingNation is always looking for opportunities for people seeking career options. This week, we share findings in  Alabama, Missouri, North Carolina, Oklahoma, and Tennessee.

Give a look.

From Alabama: FOX 54 reports a $1.7M federal grant will support the water and sewer infrastructure capacity needed to service local events and job-training facilities in the city of Florence.

From Missouri: Springfields News-Leader reports $17.5 million in federal monies will be used to fund to job training in health care and child care across southwest Missouri.

From North Carolina: North Carolina A&T announces it’s partnering with Wolfspeed to boost the talent pool for jobs in silicon carbide (SiC) technology.

From Oklahoma: The Journal Record reports a new micro-credentials initiative to steer people toward jobs in areas including education, health care, IT, cybersecurity, and agriculture.

From Tennessee: WPLN News reports Music City Construction Careers – a job training program – is helping people fill needed job postings in Nashville.

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

Get the latest from WorkingNation