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     November 28, 2018      #12-332 PB1 0
Rochester's labor shortage? It's becoming more
Rochester's labor shortage? It's becoming more urgent

By Matthew Stolle

Rochester’s labor shortage is becoming a problem that could threaten the region’s economic and social potential.

That was the consensus from a workforce development roundtable Tuesday hosted by Minnesota State Chancellor Devinder Malhotra at Rochester Community and Technical College.

The problem: Far too many job openings, and not enough people to fill them.

“The talent is not here today for our solutions tomorrow. We’ve got to get people to move to this region,” said Guy ...

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Matthew Stolle - Entertainment Reporter Matt, a graduate of Toledo University with a bachelor’s degree in English literature, got his start in journalism in the U.S. Army. For the last 16 years, he has worked at the PB and currently reports on entertainment for the newspaper as well 507 Mag.