A ribbon cutting was held a few weeks ago, and plans are for that expansion at Wacker Charleston will begin in 2019. Site Manager Mary Beth Hudson said advised listeners

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When Foreign Companies Are Making, Not Killing, U.S. Jobs

At the airport here, there is a reminder to travelers of the jobs that global trade can bring. A shiny 2017 Volkswagen Passat is stationed near the entryway and labeled:

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Filling Jobs Toughest Task for Tennessee Manufacturers

With one of every four factory workers retiring in the next decade, Tennessee manufacturers say their biggest worry is getting enough qualified workers for the future for increasingly technology-based factories,

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Does Your State Have a Good Plan to Ensure Students Are Career-Ready?

The Every Student Succeeds Act offers states an opportunity to make plans that will build career readiness into their school systems. How are they doing with that so far? Pretty

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There’s been some great news recently from Cleveland State Community College. CSCC is starting its second half-century by adding even more services that will make our Cleveland area workforce even

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There was a time when people could not find jobs. Now, there are not enough people to fill the available positions. That is where the Cleveland/Bradley Chamber of Commerce’s new

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Tennessee manufacturers need skilled workers

If you’re interested in finding a job in a growing industry in a place where employers and state government are eager to help you get the skills you need, look

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Millions of people are looking for a job, and yet, there are millions of unfilled job openings. So, what’s the problem? Why aren’t companies and job seekers connecting? Obviously, not

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The House education committee approved a bipartisan bill to reauthorize the Carl D. Perkins Career and Technical Education Act on Wednesday. The Strengthening Career and Technical Education for the 21st

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Tennessee Makes Community College Free for All Adults

Lawmakers approved legislation Wednesday that will expand the Tennessee Promise program that launched in 2014. It made tuition and fees free for recent high school graduates enrolled in a community

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