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February 27, 2021
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(wgvu) - - Governor Granholm is expected to announce
today that Michigan's statewide worker retraining program will
expand and get more money in its second year.
A special emphasis will be placed on developing careers in
alternative energy.
Granholm is scheduled to appear in Traverse City to mark the
one-year anniversary of the state's 'No Worker Left Behind'
The program has enrolled about 31,000 unemployed or
underemployed people in its first year. About one-third of them
have completed training in new fields.
It's not yet clear how many of the program graduates have been
able to find new jobs.
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