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February 9, 2013

Tech Schools Chief Wants More Residents to Pursue Higher-Level Skills

Labor economists predict that in five years nearly half the jobs in West Virginia will require education and training beyond high school, but a state education official said a high school diploma today is already not enough to fill high-skilled jobs. Read

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