Nursing, marine tech, AI and NASA work all have new programs in progress at Alabama's community colleges.
Mobile shipbuilder plans to hire 1,000 workers in the next 18 months, some 700 of them right now.
A job seeker's market challenges Alabama's employers.
Alabama employers are becoming creative to lure and train workers in a time of full employment.
FAME, Festo Didactic partner with Trenholm State on the project to prepare workers for industrial jobs.
Snead State Community College officials and local and state dignitaries broke ground on Thursday on the Workforce Skills Training Center.
The Alabama Commission on Higher Education has launched an initiative called All in Alabama to keep those sought-after college graduates here
Microsoft Philanthropies is funding a program through the Randolph County Economic Development Authority that will help people gain skills for roles in the digital economy
June and July see 2.6% unemployment, lowest ever for Alabama. The map shows unemployment rates by county.
Northeast Alabama Community College’s new $25 million workforce development center will focus on advanced manufacturing programs.