Workforce Development

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Regions Target Education Partnerships to Develop Next Generation Workforce

Across the country, regions are using new, innovative approaches to develop their local workforce while also educating students to compete in a 21st century global economy.

"The Mission Continues"

Empowering post 9/11 veterans to transition from the military to leadership positions here at home.

Using Data to Improve the Performance of Workforce Training

This paper proposes a state-by-state solution, relying on a competitive framework to encourage states to help prospective trainees make better-informed choices.

Codeacademy: teach people to code, boost the economy

"We’re building the basic steps of competency to help people start their own companies, get entry level jobs right now."

Workforce Development Essential to Vital Economy

"Having a good workforce is the number one incentive of most companies in relocating."

Senator Baucus: "War on Veterans Unemployment" Gains Momentum

"Time for Our Troops to Return to Good-Paying Jobs and a Nation That Honors Their Sacrifices" Senator Max Baucus

Missoula Veteran Stand Down And Job Fair, 5/23, Missoula, Montana

This event is open to veterans, Active-Guard-Reserve personnel, and immediate family members or caregivers with escort; with an emphasis on at-risk or homelessness.

Missoula leaders encouraged to work on women’s pay issues – Montana women’s earnings 4th lowest in nation

The 2012 Status of Women in Montana report released last month analyzed census and other data to find that women make just 74-cents to every dollar a man earns, creating a gap of more than $10,000 per year.

Funding Career Pathways and Career Pathway Bridges: A Federal Funding Toolkit for States

This new edition includes fresh state and local examples and revised program profiles reflecting critical legislative and administrative changes to key federal programs.

Millennials: Businesses recognize new generation’s mindset, skills

Savvy group, members born between 1982 and 2004, will make up 75% of the U.S. workforce by 2025