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    Utilizing the labor market information found in this data report, the CWWC will hold a series of convenings with industry and stakeholders to again update the Manufacturing Workforce Plan and create new goals for 2022–2025. Updating the Manufacturing Workforce Plan will allow for the identification of common industry workforce challenges, the opportunity to coalesce around shared goals and resources, and align the efforts of the public workforce system to make a greater overall impact for the Manufacturing sector in our region.// Read more
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    The local technology industry is booming, providing great opportunity to keep Portland working. Information technology occupations exist within and across every sector and the sector is a significant contributor to the advancement, stability and vitality of the local economy. High projected growth provides ample employment opportunities and high wages support the prosperity of the region's population. Visit our site careersnw.org to explore careers in tech! The tech industry is expected to grow 32% with 10,000 new jobs projected by 2022. To prepare for these jobs, job seekers much have the...// Read more
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