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Located about halfway between Evansville, Indiana and Louisville, Kentucky, Dubois County provides ready access to major markets via state and interstate highways, air, and rail while still maintaining the elbow space needed to conduct business comfortably. With a manufacturing sector that employs 12,000 workers, a lively retail community, and a first-class health care facility, Dubois County has quietly served as an important regional focal point in south-central Indiana.

Dubois Strong takes job message outside county

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Dubois Strong is ramping up its job recruitment efforts to fill openings in the county.

Ed Cole, president of Dubois Strong, the county’s economic development group, said that in June brochures and employment information on Dubois County were given to Keller Crescent workers after the Evansville-based plant announced it was closing and eliminating 150 jobs. Cole said the county information packets were given to WorkOne, an office of Indiana’s workforce development system, who then passed the packets onto Keller Crescent workers that visited the agency.

Manufacturing day: Skilled jobs are here

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From Local Sources

You don’t have to leave Dubois County to work with 3-D printers.

That was one of the messages at Thursday’s National Manufacturing Day held at the Center for Technology, Innovation and Manufacturing on Vincennes University Jasper Campus. Center Director Ray Niehaus said this year’s event, the third annual manufacturing day at VUJC, was a success in its ability to expose and educate students to the various job paths available in manufacturing.

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