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Latino groups push for bilingual trade schools in smaller Central Pennsylvania cities

A 40-year-old Latino organization in Lancaster is a model to help growing communities.
By Anthony Orozco

Smart Talk Road Trip to York County School of Technology

Smart Talk takes a Road Trip to the York County School of Technology Wednesday to learn more about these careers and how those jobs fit into and will impact the economy.

By Scott LaMar

Students consider careers in machining as alternative to increasingly expensive college degrees

“Without machining and without machinists, you won't have anything at the store. We literally have our hands in absolutely everything.”
By Julia Agos

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Why are so many jobs going unfilled and what happened to all those who quit?

Why are so many jobs going unfilled and what happened to all those who quit?

By Scott LaMar

Careers that Work; leveraging the talents and contributions of older workers

Many aspects of the labor force has changed during the past two years, as workers left jobs for new careers and some retired early to explore other opportunities.

By Merideth Bucher

Four-day work week gaining traction in the workplace

With the advent of online technology it is now possible for knowledge-based workers to log on and work from anywhere, at any time.

By Merideth Bucher