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Organization In the right column you'll see a too-long list of Categories. I categorize all my posts, and most fall into more than one category. If you see a topic there that you're interested in, just click on it and you'll see all my posts on that topic. Some of them run to several pages, so scroll down to the bottom and click "next" to read more.
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Jobs I'm currently building a jobs page.
If you're looking for a workforce development job, or if you have a job
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