Archive: May, 2017

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May2017
The state’s service sector expanded at a faster rate in May, but the slower growth of retail sales and concerns about state and federal policies clouded managers’ outlooks on business conditions, according to a report Wednesday from the Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas. Read More

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May2017
Although many things have changed over the years, the need for free trade and having strong working relationships with Mexico and Canada have not. Read More

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May2017
Workforce Solutions Alamo voted Friday to hire George Hempe of Round Rock as its new CEO after a six-month search. Read More

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May2017
The Texas Workforce Commission (TWC) awarded eight grants totaling $599,681 for Camp Code to focus on increasing the interest of middle school girls in coding and computer science by providing summer camps. Read More

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May2017
The budget proposes drastic cuts in federal support for CTE, including a $168 million cut in the Perkins Basic State Grant! It also proposes to put an additional $20 million in the Perkins National Programs to establish a new grant that would support only certain CTE programs in STEM fields ... Read More

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May2017
The House of Representatives will take up a bill that has been touted by both its Republican and Democrat supporters as a means to train more workers to fill in-demand technical jobs that are available now—and into the future. Read More

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May2017
Despite positive rhetoric from a variety of Administration officials in support of CTE, the budget proposal, if accurate, would instead suggest deep cuts to CTE and other programs directly serving our students. Read More

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May2017
The latest news, success stories and informational resources in the world of workforce. Read More

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May2017
The Dallas-Plano-Irving metropolitan area ranks first this year on our list of the Best Cities For Jobs. Read More

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May2017

Change is Coming!

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The next few decades will bring major changes in the US labor market. The growth rate will slow and the labor force will become older and more diverse. The percentage of the population which is working will also continue to fall. The implications for businesses, the economy, and society are ... Read More

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