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Today's economy is in transition and so are the workers who support it. As whole industries change – often trimming jobs – we are often left with highly skilled Ohioans who have nowhere to go. Helping these workers find new jobs in emerging industries while providing the training needed to be successful is an increasingly important aspect of our modern economy.
Workforce Transition Features
Ohio's rural biz incubators thrive with best practices, clear results
Thursday, September 26, 2013
Ohio is home to a host of smaller and rural business incubators. Despite dispersed populations and limited local markets, many are getting results similar to their urban counterparts--on much tighter budgets.
Cincinnati's path to fostering entrepreneurship
John Kachuba & Elissa Yancey
Thursday, August 22, 2013
examines how Cincinnati can make the most of its strengths and capitalize on the diversity of the city's entrepreneurial ecosystem.
Ohio: 5,000 interns and counting
Thursday, July 11, 2013
Ohio's internship programs fight young adult brain drain by preparing ready-made talent for employers and give budding professionals a solid path to success.
Ohio's R & D frontier spawns jobs, innovation and visibility
Thursday, June 13, 2013
Providing funds to explore a cutting edge food processing technique, establish a national 3D printing innovation hub and attract a Global Technical Center are just some of the ways Ohio Third Frontier’s Industrial Research Development Center Program supports public-private collaboration in order to spawn innovation and create jobs.
three toledo entrepreneurs worth watching
Thursday, August 09, 2012
Toledo's tech entrepreneurs say that Northwest Ohio is nourishing startups by offering funding, business support and peer-to-peer collaboration. Can the growing entrepreneurial scene here bring new life to this traditional manufacturing town? Here's a look at three Toledo companies -- Classbag, Netronex and Seed Coworking -- shaking things up in The Glass City.
Columbus-based Dynamit steps up hiring pledge of 30 new jobs
Source: Columbus Business First
Milestone for Columbus 2020 Regional Growth Strategy: 58,000 new jobs
Source: Columbus Chamber of Commerce
Survey: nearly one quarter of Toledo firms plan to increase staffing
Source: Toledo Blade
Fyrware campaign aims to bolster Youngstown's economic renaissance
New projects to create 591 Ohio jobs
Source: Office of the Governor
Dublin tapped for G-Tekt R&D center, 77 jobs pending tax deal
Source: Columbus Business First
PMI of Central Ohio announces Sept. 17 job fair
Dayton-based CareSource to hire 260
Source: Dayton Daily News
More than 500 businesses headquartered in northeast Ohio
Source: Canton Repository
Ohio Means Jobs to host free resume and job workshop in Logan
Source: Ohio Means Jobs
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Innovation & Job News
As CLE-based Acendex looks to fill senior tech positions, it trains entry-level staffers
Landor Cincinnati, Dress for Success show off fashion
Downtown Cleveland Alliance hosts first all-Ohio BID conference
Study: northeast Ohio's tech startups generated $270m in economic impact in 2012
Northeast Ohioans flock to national work training program
edison welding institute sparks innovative approach to training welders
Cincinnati State, AK Steel team up for advanced manufacturing training
$5-million grant aimed at retraining displaced workers for biosciences
Parsley Hollow: When life gives you lemons, make pet shampoo
Hard knocks in Clinton County lead to talk of renewables
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