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HELP WANTED: San Francisco’s Workforce Reboot
San Francisco now spends more than ever on job training, placement subsidies and a slew of supportive services. The latest trend is to emphasize the labor needs of growth industries — technology, construction, health care and hospitality. How well doe job seekers fare? How much does this cost taxpayers? For many programs it is hard to say, because the system is so fragmented. Check here for updates through the end of 2013.
See the lead story: City Hall Focuses on Hot Job Sectors, but Struggles to Track Workforce Training Budget
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