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Workforce Development Listening Sessions in Pennsylvania

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A Joint Publication of the Federal Reserve Banks of Philadelphia and Cleveland

In the summer of 2013, the Federal Reserve Banks of Philadelphia and Cleveland held five regional listening sessions on workforce development in cities across the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania. The sessions were held with representatives from the educational and employment sectors to discern workforce development trends and issues concerning young people 16 to 24 years of age.


Suggested citation: “Workforce Development Listening Sessions in Pennsylvania,” A Joint Publication of the Federal Reserve Banks of Philadelphia and Cleveland, Conference Summary, 01.29.2014.

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