The Boston Globe writes:
A coalition of unlikely allies in business and labor are pushing the state to spend $5 million for a worker retraining program to help the unemployed find work and those with jobs to learn additional skills. The Workforce Solutions Group, which includes the Massachusetts AFL-CIO, the Mass. Business Roundtable and other groups, want the money to go into the Workforce Competitiveness Trust Fund, which trains people for specific jobs, such as machinists or airplane mechanics.
Read the full article here: http://bostonglobe.com/business/2013/01/26/business-labor-push-for-training-funds/K9fC2V2wqU31aE0bpHjrDL/story.html
This article is great!