RealTime Talent to be Featured in Tonight’s Policy and a Pint in Hibbing, MN

RealTime Talent has been invited to participate in the first Policy and a Pint panel event ever to be held in Greater Minnesota. Sponsored by the Citizens League, Target, and MPR, RTT Executive Director Sandee Joppa will be speaking with Roy Smith (IRRRB) and Aaron Brown (instructor at Hibbing Community College and prolific blogger) at Ironworld in Hibbing. The theme of the event will be on the Minnesotan workforce environment. Although Minnesota has one of the lowest unemployment rates in the country, there is still room for improvement. What can be done to ensure that we have a strong workforce now, as well as in the future?


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