State Closes Five Career Centers

| March 20, 2013 | 12:58 pm
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Five Workforce Development Career Centers across the state will close their doors on April 30th.  Click to hear KMZU’s Mike Stone speak with Executive Director Pati Carter:

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Carter says Warrensburg had been taken down from a full-service center to a satellite location.  She now encourages those looking for help to visit the Clinton, Lexington, or Sedalia offices.  Information can also be found at jobs.mo.gov.

“We know that it’s going to have an impact, especially on those individuals that are currently having to file for four-week reporting.  And also those that really like coming into a career center to receive assistance with looking for jobs,” said Carter.

Caruthersville, Moberly, Monett, and Mexico will also be shut down.

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