Assessing Alaska’s worker shortage
New document takes detailed look at what occupations need workers and what future projects mean for the labor pool in state
If you were an engineer, you’d be employed by now.
Engineering fields account for seven of the 18 professions considered critically short of qualified workers, according to a new assessment of the workforce supply in Alaska.
The assessment, released at the 2008 Putting Alaska’s Resources to Work con....
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