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Changes touted to make H-1B visa applications easier

by Andy Uhler Mar 22, 2019
The U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Service this week announced some changes to the visa program for highly-skilled foreigners who fill U.S. jobs in technology, science, engineering and other fields. These changes are supposed to make the process of applying for…
Triple the number of applicants applied for the H1-B visa program last year. Chances of getting your application picked were only about one in three.
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Georgia embraces Germany’s apprenticeship model

by Tasnim Shamma Jan 26, 2018
Manufacturers are worried they will not have enough skilled workers in the future, so they have started to create apprenticeship programs to train high school students.
Georgia Piedmont Technical College received funding to open a new Advanced Manufacturing Center in Covington. It includes five labs for training in machine tools, electronics, mechanics, automation and process control, as well as industrial wiring and motor controls.
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My Economy

My Economy: Making close to six figures as an intern

by Robert Garrova May 15, 2017
As a PhD student, David Kuhns found an "internship" that matched his skills.
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Los Angeles is still the largest manufacturing hub in the country, but it lacks a skilled labor force

by Kai Ryssdal and Daisy Palacios Oct 28, 2016
Goldbrecht Systems USA makes over-sized windows and advanced sliding glass doors in Culver City, CA.
Goldbrecht Systems USA employee Sonny Gonzalez prepares to cut a sheet of glass.
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Not enough skilled factory workers — really?

by Mitchell Hartman Oct 7, 2016
Manufacturers complain of a rising "skills gap" among job applicants that is hampering their ability to grow and improve productivity.
Some employers say there are labor shortages in skilled manufacturing.
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An American Migration: Puerto Ricans in Central Florida

Puerto Ricans leaving the island are landing in Florida

by Andy Uhler Sep 30, 2016
A small city near Disneyworld grows as a Puerto Rican hub.
The restaurant La Lechonera El Jibarito was recognized for bringing "the best of Puerto Rican cuisine to area food lovers."
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