Door County looks beyond Wisconsin to fill jobs

Door County is stepping up efforts to attract workers for jobs that local employers are struggling to fill.  Part of the Door County Economic Development Corporation's strategy is to look for candidates outside of Wisconsin.  Christina Studebaker, Workforce Development, Business and Education Partnership Manager,  says the EDC's efforts are to target those with the needed skill sets or who have the ability to train or retrain quickly.



Studebaker says another selling point is letting job hunters know some Door County employers are willing to provide on the job training to the right candidates. 

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