Back to Work: Career planning for students in Georgia, job access in South Carolina, and more

Our latest findings for workforce opportunities around the nation

Check out our latest employment and training findings in Florida, Georgia, Ohio, South Carolina, and West Virginia.

From Florida: News-Press reports a federal grant will fund training for 1,700 people in southwest Florida for jobs in health care, manufacturing, K-12 public education, and logistics.

From Georgia: University System of Georgia announces a career planning tool for students at its 26 public colleges and universities.

From Ohio: Yahoo!News reports four higher ed institutions around the state have been selected to provide additional postsecondary opportunities to adults with developmental disabilities.

From South Carolina: The Times and Democrat reports the state is using grant awards to expand job access in rural areas.

From West Virginia: WDTV reports nine community colleges and tech schools across the state are offering a landscaping training course that includes earning an OSHA safety certification.

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