Working for America
State Workforce Investment Board
Massachusetts Workforce Investment Board
Tamika Correia, Executive Director
One Ashburton Place, Suite 2112
Boston, MA 02108
Key Workforce Priorities
- Raise the overall capacity of the Massachusetts Workforce system to respond to the labor market needs of our economy.
- Close the skills gap that exists between available workers and employers through a strategic use of resources and full engagement of business.
- Enhance the youth pipeline to meet the labor demand for the 21st Century economy.
- Massachusetts offers its workforce various training and employment opportunities through its network of 37 One-Stop Career Centers in 16 Local Workforce Investment Areas.
- In Fiscal Year 2010 Massachusetts One-Stop Career Centers served over 210,000 job seekers and over 12,000 employers.
- The unemployment rate in Massachusetts was 8.2% in December 2010 down from its peak of 9.5% a year earlier.
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