JobsOhio “2.0” strategy to focus on talent, sites and innovation

JobsOhio recently rolled out its new “2.0” strategy “that could help generate significantly more jobs and investment throughout the state,” focusing “on three key areas: talent, sites and innovation,” the Dayton Business Journal reports. The group plans to “align the tech talent supply with corporate demand,” and create “a better overall availability of in-demand workforce,” according to the article. Other goals are to “scale up Ohio site investments through additional grant funding” and establish additional innovation districts, according to the article. Combined, these efforts could lead to an additional 18,000 to 27,000 jobs per year, the organization believes. For more, read the full article.

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