Job Brief Newsletter Workforce Solutions: Southeast Texas
December 2010: Vol1 Issue 11
 

Marilyn Smith

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– Marilyn Smith,
   Executive Director

Featured Board Member: Anna Tanton
Our Vision - A world-class competitive workforce for Southeast Texas
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Workforce Solutions Southeast Texas evaluates and oversees the delivery of all workforce training and employment services in Hardin, Jefferson and Orange Counties. The board’s overall mission is to identify opportunities and create partnerships that effectively link employers and job seekers in order to improve the economic future of the area.

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Sharing TBTW Success – Kinghaven
Since January 2010, Texas Back-to-Work program has benefited 70 employers and 122 job seekers in Southeast Texas. In September 2010, Lt. Governor David Dewhurst visited the Beaumont Workforce Center to announce the 5,000th person had been hired by ...
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Strong Partnerships Create CHOICES Success
High unemployment rates have created more challenges for less-skilled job seekers in Southeast Texas. Competition in the workplace has caused many skilled unemployed workers to accept positions that require fewer skills, while many of those receiving temporary....
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"Ready to Work" Project Takes Aim at
Unemployment

The Port Arthur Economic Development Corporation (EDC) and Workforce Solutions Southeast Texas have partnered to provide additional focus on work readiness for in-demand jobs in...
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November Labor Market Figures
Since November 2009, Southeast Texas has gained 2,300 jobs. However, even retail hiring for the holiday season wasn’t enough to boost employment numbers for last month.
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