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Dual degrees in the skilled workforce

The demand for skilled workers continues to outpace the number of workers.

Posted: Jun 18, 2019 3:33 PM
Updated: Jun 18, 2019 3:33 PM

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[f9]skilled to work degree in welding and machinery. two things hoy says go hand in hand. this isn't something a lot of students do at rcc, but it is possible. hoy already has a full time job. he got a offer from a local company in gold hill as a machinist. he has advice for anyone interested in getting a degree in the skilled work force. try and experience a bunch of different things. you know if you are interested in welding see if you can get an apprenticeship. start at the bottom at a welding shop and see if it's something you are interested hoy brought up is the demand for products is always increasing. the labor force isn't increasing at the same rate. so jobs are always available for skilled workers. tonight on newswatch 12 at 6... we also spoke with one of the women in the male dominated field of welding. [f12]tease six-vo: lumgrey fire we are continuing to follow
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