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The harsh reality for too many workers is that a job doesn’t mean a living. While Ohio’s families are bringing in less money in an economy that has shifted toward more low-wage, part-time and temporary jobs, the costs to support a family have gone up. By ensuring all Ohioans have the appropriate education and skills to be competitive and the necessary supports to bridge the gap between what they earn and what they need, we make Ohio’s workforce more competitive.
- Hannah Halbert, Workforce Researcher, Policy Matters Ohio
- Kalitha Williams, Policy Liasion, Policy Matters Ohio
- Wendy Patton, Senior Project Director, Policy Matters Ohio