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WorkforceZone Fall 2016: Expanding the Labor Market with Opportunities for All

The Fall edition of the WorkforceZone, the region’s quarterly journal for workforce development, features the theme of Expanding the Labor Market with Workforce Opportunities for All. The 16-page magazine-style format may be downloaded as a printer-friendly and tablet-friendly PDF. Check out individual articles online here at WorkforceZone.net as well. Printer/Tablet-Friendly PDF (16 pages, 17mb) Making…

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WorkforceZone 7/16: High Octane Solutions

The region’s voice for Workforce Development, WorkforceZone, released its second quarter recap issue with the theme Workforce Strategies Seek High Octane Solutions. The 17-page journal is downloadable as a printer and tablet-friendly PDF. WorkforceZone archives its articles online as well. WorkforceZone journal (PDF) FUEL Revs Up Recruitment for Skilled Workers and Promote Quality of Region OneJoplin Expands Literacy and…

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WorkforceZone: Overcoming Challenges Through Innovation

WorkforceZone is the region’s voice for workforce development progress and impact. Overcoming Workforce Challenges Through Innovation is the theme for the winter edition. Download the PDF edition, optimized for tablets and printers, or check out these WorkforceZone features online. Training/Technology Center Prepares for August Launch NextGen Summit (set for March 29th) Connects Groups Serving Youth/Young…

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Sketching out the future with SectorReady

A new three-minute video posted by the WIB provides a quick overview of SectorReady. The clip is a video-scribe of the features of career pathways and sector partnerships. The SectorReady framework in 2016 is set to revolutionize the methods by which students and transitioning adults learn about job opportunities and how to get the skills needed…

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Job Search Tips: Cleaning up social media

Your application, résumé, and traditional background check aren’t the only things your potential employer may be considering during the hiring process. According to Jobvite’s 2014 Social Recruiting Survey, 93 percent of hiring managers review a job candidate’s social profile before making a hiring decision. By viewing social media profiles like Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn as extensions of your résumé, you…