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Future Jobs Seminar Coming To Mansfield

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  Original Published: 9/24/2013The difficulty many employers, mainly in manufacturing, are having with finding qualified workers will be discussed during an on-coming seminar. Richland Community Development Group is hosting the event, October 9th at 7 pm, at the Renaissance Theater. The speaker will be Edward Gordon, author of the book "Future Jobs--The Employment and Skills Crisis". He will offer advice on how training programs can be created to provide employers with the skilled workers they can't find. RCDG Director Bridget McDaniel says schools are doing their best to train students for high-tech jobs, but parents should get involved too. Tickets for the seminar are $15, and available by calling McDaniel at 419-755-7234 .
   
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