Back to Work: This week, we found pathways in the trucking and solar industries

Are you looking for work? Here are opportunities in five states to consider

The resignation of workers around the country has resulted in more than 10 million open jobs. People have postponed their returns to the workforce for a number of reasons, including lack of childcare and COVID-related health concerns.

For those on the hunt for job and training opportunities, WorkingNation found offerings in these five states.

Take a look.

From California: Your Central Valley reports the Central California Food Bank is helping people transitioning out of homelessness learn new job skills.

From Georgia: The Atlanta Journal-Constitution reports a new solar manufacturing and distribution operation in Americus is creating more than 500 jobs.

From Montana: KXLF reports Highlands College in Butte is helping students obtain their commercial driver’s licenses.

From New Jersey: Trenton Daily reports the state’s Department of Labor and Workforce Development is implementing a Return and Earn program that provides a $500 incentive for unemployed workers reentering the workforce and receiving job training from businesses 100 or less employees.

From North Dakota: Grand Forks Herald reports tech skills training grants are helping companies prepare workers for in-demand jobs.

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