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New Tools to Help Rural Workers Get Good Jobs

The Biden-Harris administration is offering new tools to advance good jobs in rural America through the Department of Labor's Workforce Opportunities in Rural Communities (WORC) grant program. The department is investing millions of dollars into rural America to connect workers to good jobs that pay at least $15 per hour by funding projects that remove barriers created by the childcare, healthcare, and transportation shortages in the areas, and in programs that are creating those high-paying jobs. This Department of Labor resource discusses how the WORC grants could connect workers to new work-based training programs, such as Registered Apprenticeship.

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