"In the last year, the Vermont economy has seen employment growth across many sectors. Construction, non-durable manufacturing, professional and business services, health and social services and leisure and hospitality industries have led the way. These gains across diverse economic sectors create a wide variety of employment opportunities for Vermonters of all ages, backgrounds, and skills. The Vermont Department of Labor is partnering with employers, training providers, and educational institutions to make sure the Vermont workforce is able to access current and future openings. In addition, significant work is underway educating young Vermonters about the career opportunities in this state. Connecting Vermont's young people with these opportunities will be the focus of the June 23rd event at the King Street Youth Center in Burlington. Contact your local Vermont Department of Labor office to learn more."
Annie M. Noonan Commissioner of the Vermont Department of Labor
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