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500 – 600 New Jobs Expected in the Yankton Area

500 – 600 New Jobs Expected in the Yankton Area

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Businesses and manufacturers in the Yankton area expect to add five to six hundred workers in the next three to five years. That is presenting some challenges to developers.
Yankton Area Progressive Growth President John Kramer says each additional worker brings more growth………

Kramer says there will be a need for many levels of employees………

Kramer says they will work with companies to help them find the workers they need……………


The State of South Dakota also has a number of programs to address the worker shortage.

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