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Technical college grads find jobs, fill skills gap

6:56 PM, Apr. 25, 2013
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Tabetha Moore was a year away from earning her associate's degree in human resources when a local manufacturing company gave her a full-time job in her field and agreed to pay for her last two semesters of school.

The 21-year-old hasn't yet negotiated the salary she'll earn after obtaining her diploma from Fox Valley Technical College in May, but that fact she secured a job so quickly reflects a new era of opportunity for graduates of two-year college programs.

"What surprised me most was that they would hire a 20-year-old without a degree to work in their human resources department," Moore ...

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