Little Job Growth But Plenty of Openings

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Northeast Ohio still feels the lingering effects of the recession. There are fewer jobs and fewer fortune 1000 companies than in 2000. Still, there's reason for hope. The are jobs available. Monday morning at 9:00 on The Sound of Ideas, we'll tell you where those jobs are and what's being done to fill them. And if you're between careers or just starting out, you might want to study nursing. Stat! Join Mike McIntyre Monday on 90.3.

Cleveland-Cuyahoga Workforce Development office

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Jacob Duritsky, Vice President of Research and Strategy, Team NEO

Mark Schweitzer, Senior Vice President of External Outreach and Regional Analytics at the Federal Reserve Bank of Cleveland, Federal Reserve Bank of Cleveland

Grace Kilbane, Executive Director, Cleveland/Cuyahoga County Workforce Development Board

Kelly Hancock, Chief Nursing Officer, Cleveland Clinic

Mac McKeever, spokesperson, L.L. Bean

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