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Workforce development called state's top priority

Workforce development called state's top priority

MERRILLVILLE | Northwest Indiana's economy has grown to $34 billion today from $29 billion in 2009, but the rising tide is not lifting the boats of workers without enough skills or education.

August 07, 2013 3:30 pm Photos

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Lawmakers hope to improve worker skills for employer needs

INDIANAPOLIS | The Republican and Democratic leaders of the Indiana House, seeking to better match Hoosier worker skills with employer needs, are co-sponsoring legislation to assess and coordinate the state's various job training, career preparation and adult education programs.

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