Opening paragraphs from “New manufacturing partnership targets filling 3,000 jobs in Greater Cleveland”, cleveland.com, Olivera Perkins of The Plain Dealer, Aug 20, 2019
CLEVELAND, Ohio – Greater Cleveland manufacturers unveiled a plan Tuesday for hiring 3,000 people in the next three years and setting them on career pathways as part of a larger effort to close the skills gap.
The sector partnership, led by the Greater Cleveland Partnership and the Manufacturing Advocacy and Growth Network, or MAGNET, is designed to work on long-term solutions aimed at making Greater Cleveland the nation’s “manufacturing capital.” The goal is for employers, nonprofits, funders, educational institutions and others concerned with workforce-development issues to work collaboratively.
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