DEW Acting Executive Director's Statement March 2019

by Kristin Coulter | Apr 19, 2019

For Immediate Release

April 19, 2019

DEW Acting Executive Director Jamie D. Suber’s Statement

March 2019 Employment Situation

“While the continued rise in the number of people working across South Carolina is encouraging, it also underscores the timely significance of collaboration with business and industry to maintain this positive progression,” said Jamie Suber, acting executive director of the S.C. Department of Employment and Workforce. “Throughout the state, partnerships are developing and groups are cultivating the imperative conversations about the workforce system, centered around the needs of business. With industry at the core, all of the workforce partners can contribute to the talent pipeline – according to their mission and focus – in the most meaningful way to benefit South Carolina. This is an exciting process and one that will steer the direction of workforce for years to come.”



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