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Job placement numbers poised to climb with new workforce center

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Michelle Bates/Press-Herald NWLTC instructor Dawson Samuel, left, and Robbie Robinson and Stephen Thomas, both majoring in instrumentation, look at a control relay to automate a sump pump operation.

The number of students from Northwest Louisiana Technical College placed in the job market is on the rise, and with the new Workforce Development Center, those numbers could skyrocket.

“I was curious to see where we’re putting people to work, so we ran a report for the last three years, and these are the parishes where we’ve put people to work,” Interim Director Dianne Clark said.

Michelle Bates/Press-Herald NWLTC student Dejarius Johnson, majoring in industrial maintenance, grinds a piece of metal for a project he is working on. Michelle Bates/Press-Herald
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