“Our region’s growing economy has left employers scrambling for talent,” said Chris Keaveney, CEO of Meritize, in a statement. “But the landscape of education and training providers can be both complicated and costly for workers to navigate.”
This year, for the first time, the state’s labor force topped 14 million for the first time, according to Texas’ workforce commission. And the state continues to see job growth, the company said.
That’s where Meritize comes in. Its mission is to help facilitate access, awareness, and advancement through skills-based training, Keaveney told Dallas Innovates.
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