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Idaho launches innovative teacher apprenticeship program to fill job openings

Idaho openings for K-12 teachers remains robust, with over 1,500 unique job postings in 2023, and 2,000 in 2022 according to Lightcast data, and the demand isn’t expected to slow down anytime soon. Employment projections by the Idaho Department of Labor anticipate a continued need, forecasting 1,500 to 1,600 statewide openings annually from 2022 to 2032.

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Women working in trades and transportation industries are on the rise

More and more Idaho women are achieving financial stability by holding nontraditional roles in male-dominated industries – whether it be in construction, transportation or the general trades.

“Working in transportation helped me find things I love to do,” said Idaho Department of Transportation Training Specialist Lori Copeland. 

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Idaho businesses focus on family with apprenticeship opportunities

Long-term staffing can be challenging for small family-owned Idaho businesses. Finding and hiring talent can also be a costly burden in a tight labor market. A fully trained candidate expects higher wages, and the cost to train a job candidate can be expensive.

Some Idaho businesses are turning to the Idaho Registered Apprenticeship program to train their children and keep the business in the family.

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Idaho’s 2022 county estimates indicate population growth is slowing

March 31, 2023

Net migration was the driver behind 34,719 people added to Idaho’s population from July 2021 to July 2022, accounting for 88% of its growth, according to U.S. Census Bureau population estimates released this week. The gains were mostly from domestic in-migration – people moving to Idaho from other states – rather than from another country or international in-migration.

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