Alberta, Alaska face off for workers
By end of next decade province projected to be 109,000 workers short; Alaska projects will need 41,000 workers in next 10 years
Bill Popp, president and CEO of the Anchorage Economic Development Corp., spoke before the Resource Development council Jan. 3, and urged local business people to take a proactive approach to workforce development in Alaska.
Popp pointed out that projects slated for the next decade will need to fil....
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