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Back to Work: Hydrogen production, firefighting recruitment, and the degree requirement

Check out our latest workforce findings from around the country

Every week, WorkingNation looks for jobs and training programs around the country. Our latest opportunities come from Delaware, Georgia, Kentucky, Minnesota, and New Hampshire.

Give a look.

From Delaware: UD Daily announces the University of Delaware is tapped to play key role in a regional hydrogen hub – which is expected to create 20,000 jobs in the production, delivery, and use of zero-emission hydrogen.

From Georgia: WABE reports Quick Start – a state-funded program and part of the technical college system – is preparing people to work in the expanding green energy sector.

From Kentucky: WBKO reports Goodwill Industries of Kentucky is providing career training to individuals who are currently incarcerated.

From Minnesota: Forbes reports Minnesota is dropping the college degree requirement for many state government jobs.

From New Hampshire: WMUR reports due to statewide personnel shortages, one fire department is changing its hiring strategy by implementing a cadet program at the Manchester School of Technology and switching to on-the-job training.

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