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Dec 24th, 2014
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Building industry partnerships with community colleges to expand their career-training programs and helping high schools provide hands-on experience and work-based learning opportunites are among the Department of Labor's greatest investments for 2014.

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Dec 22nd, 2014
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New Mexico Workforce Connection Centers

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Dec 22nd, 2014
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Agricultural Employer Forum

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Dec 15th, 2014
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DACC hosted a Job to Career Readiness Boot Camp for Rio Grande Prep Institute December 3rd, 2014.

 

The New Mexico Workforce Connection, in a combined effort with Doña Ana Community College, Mesilla Valley Economic Development Alliance and the Las Cruces Hispanic Chamber, put together a Job to Career Readiness Boot Camp for Rio Grande Prep Institute on Wednesday, December 3rd, 2014 from 8:00am to 5:00pm at the DACC East Mesa Campus. This Job to Career Readiness Boot Camp is a way to prepare upcoming high school graduates in the next phase of a successful future by introducing them to the options available ... Continue Reading

Dec 1st, 2014
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New Mexico Minimum Wage Amendment (2014), also known as Senate Joint Resolution 13 (SJR 13), was not on the November 4, 2014 ballot in New Mexico as a legislatively-referred constitutional amendment.

 

A legislatively-referred constituional amendment is a proposed constitutional amendment that appears on a state's ballot as a ballot measure because the state legislature in that state voted to put it before the voters.

 

SJR 13 was to establish a state minimum wage that would increase annually at the rate of inflation. Instead, lawmakers were considering a bill that would raise the state minimum wage from $7.50 to $8.50 and hour.

 

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