$6.4M grant for job development benefits rural NM
3 Aug 2022
A new program designed to boost employment opportunities in rural northern New Mexico is getting $6.4 million in federal support.
State and federal officials on Wednesday announced the grant intended to get more residents working in health care, construction and other skilled trades.
Prices are rising (8.6%, to be exact). This isn’t news. We see it at the grocery store, car dealership, and especially at the pump. But thanks to a mix of slowed business growth and rising labor costs, we’re starting to see something new. Companies like Tesla, Netflix, Wells Fargo,...
SANTA FE, N.M. – New Mexico Economic Development Department (EDD) Cabinet Secretary Alicia J. Keyes announced today that 80 companies received Fiscal Year 2022 grants from the Job Training Incentive Program (JTIP) to hire or retrain over 2,000 workers at an average wage of $23.67. The June JTIP awards...