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Chattamatters: How To Fill High-Paying Unfilled Local Jobs

At a construction site in Chattanooga.
At a construction site in Chattanooga.

Local companies across industries have plenty of good-paying job openings that are going unfilled.

At the same time, a large share of Chattanoogans are stuck in dead end jobs or have stopped looking for work altogether.

What’s the disconnect?

William Newlin from Chattamatters brings us this story on how we can better match workers to good jobs in this area.

This story was created in partnership with Chattamatters.

To learn more about available job training programs in the Chattanooga area, go to chattamatters.com/jobs.

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