$2 million federal investment to help address labor shortages in Milwaukee
MILWAUKEE (CBS 58) -- Millions in federal dollars will go to addressing the labor shortage in Milwaukee. While this investment will help one industry in particular, officials say there`s still much work to be done.

Despite historically low unemployment rates in Wisconsin, many industries are still struggling to hire workers across the state.
Lawmakers and city leaders are working to change that.

One of many industries focused on hiring efforts is Milwaukee Water Works. "The Water Works delivers clean, safe water to nearly 9,000 people on a daily basis," said Patrick Pauly, interim superintendent for Water Works...

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Ken Notes: One more time, we have to make our students aware of these opportunities before they exit high school. A school to work transition is so needed in Wisconsin without we have few options to strengthening our skilled labor force...

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