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Good Jobs

MinnPost's Good Jobs beat focuses on the role of government, nonprofits, businesses and individuals in creating good jobs in Minnesota — and in exploring how people who don’t have those jobs can get them.

Keith Goss and Robert E. Willis

To combat the looming workforce shortage, Minneapolis looks beyond its boundaries

“We need to do our part as a city to make sure that we … seek talent from all over the place,” said Mark Brinda, who oversees the city’s workforce training initiatives.