Wed, Feb 24, 2010
Money Comes From Federal Stimulus Funds
The U.S. Department of Labor said Monday it would be granting
some $7.5 million in assistance for workers laid off from the
aviation and other industries in Kansas.
The Associated Press reports that the grant was awarded to the
Workforce Alliance of South Central Kansas for such services as
training and employment-related assistance.
Aviation workers are the largest group affected. The Department
of Labor said that more layoffs occurred at Cessna, Hawker
Beechcraft, Bombardier, and Boeing than any other industry in
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