Shelby County’s industrial job base has grown significantly in the past year, and companies would hire more people – if they could find applicants who are qualified and who show up for work. Training efforts are under way.
By Ryan Conley
Wednesday, September 19, 2012 at 8:36 am (Updated: September 19, 8:40 am)
Shelby County is blessed with a buzzing beehive of industry for a community its size. More than 60 companies have set up shop here to produce goods, a number that is the envy of larger cities and counties struggling to find jobs for its residents.
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