The Detroit News

State officials talk often about closing Michigan’s skills gap. Roughly 80,000 jobs are available, but are unfilled because employers can’t find qualified workers. Lawmakers should support the expansion of one state program that’s getting good results in training workers for existing jobs.

The state Senate passed legislation Tuesday that would expand the successful Michigan New Jobs Training Program, which promotes job growth and provides skilled training to workers through local community colleges.

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