Looking for an entry-level position that can turn into a rewarding and family-sustaining career?
Thursday, September 03, 2020
There are many entry-level jobs in demand now that put Minnesotans on a career path to family-sustaining employment.
This week in our Jobs in Demand series, the Department of Employment and Economic Development (DEED) is focusing on entry-level health care and social assistance jobs that, with additional training and certification, can help people move down a career path toward greater responsibilities with higher wages. In many cases, employers provide or pay for training leading to career advancement for dedicated employees.
Getting an in-demand job and growing in that career may require training to develop new skills before you land the job. There are opportunities for training for in-demand jobs through DEED and its partners, including through Dislocated Worker services, Pathways to Prosperity and other training grant programs. If you need help preparing to get an in-demand job, contact a CareerForce location near you today.