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“It’s all about high paying jobs.” The Oregon Bioscience Association

by tom44 on March 10, 2013

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DOES WORKFORCE INVESTMENT WORK? ASK THE OREGON BIOSCIENCE ASSOCIATION… “Companies have a choice about where to stick their next employee. So for example, they may open a team or a new product line somewhere else that offers either the training or certain workforce skills. Since Oregon is playing catch up to a certain degree in certain areas of bioscience, it’s an incredibly attractive inducement to a company like Welch-Allyn or Biotronic to start a team here or skill them up here.” Dennis McNannay, Oregon Bioscience Association Oregon’s bioscience industry consists of over 600 companies and research institutions which provide high wage jobs. Many of these companies chose Oregon because of its significant pool of skilled high tech workers. Tech workers have many of the transferable skills required by the state’s growing bioscience companies. However, these workers require “gap fill” training to move into bioscience jobs. Those already working in the industry, especially in smaller companies, also need to learn management skills and high performance processes to support industry growth. Many of the industry specific trainings that bioscience companies need are not readily available in Oregon. To address these needs, the Oregon Bioscience Association (OBA) turned to its local Workforce Investment Board, Worksystems Inc. Worksystems provided matching Employer Workforce Training Fund resources to OBA to create and deploy Oregon Biopro. BioPro is a comprehensive workforce
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