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Michigan’s $3 Million Marketing Campaign to Attract More Workers

Effort seeks to raise profile of skilled trades careers

TRAVERSE CITY – Two state legislators joined local business and education leaders Monday to announce the northern Michigan launch of the Going PRO public-private partnership, aimed at building awareness of skilled trades jobs.

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