What makes teaching so enjoyable for the instructors is the reward that comes when they see the kids learning.
Project managers are the first point of contact in the event of a problem.
Things Remembered has hundreds of open positions for engravers and embroidery equipment operators.
The need for diesel mechanics is growing fast, and not just in the trucking industry.
The New Castle School of Trades and TDDS Technical Institute are great places to learn to drive a truck.
Getting into the medical field doesn’t have to take years of schooling. Many medical assistant programs require just two years of training.
The education background needed to become a vet is similar to studying human medicine.
The occupational therapy assistant profession is expected grow, creating 14,000 new jobs before 2024.
Mercy Health and other hospitals will help doctors pay off the money in return for a commitment to the Youngstown area.
Being a pharmacy tech isn’t just sorting medication, it can also include making those medications.
Alorica, which has an expansive space in Niles holding hundreds of representatives, handles three million calls a year.
Daycare workers often build lesson plans because the service has become a modern-day kindergarten.
People often think of electricians when they need to install a ceiling fan or add a stronger power line to their house, but electricians can…
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The demand for maids and housekeepers is expected to grow 13 percent from 2012 to 2022.
While there is a demand for landscapers, the work can be physically tough.
The new addition to MCCTC is getting a final coat of colors from painters Eric Richardson and Ryan Teets.
Carpenters are responsible for organizing the project, from the on-site layout to the finish work.
If there’s a construction project in the Mahoning Valley, a laborer is playing a big part in it.
A Regional Chamber survey shows a 9 percent increase in security guards for the next six years.
Darlene Simion was working in a medical office for seven years when the business suddenly closed.