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  Women currently hold just 10 percent of manufacturing jobs in our region, but a recently launched program at Gateway Community and Technical College is designed to prepare women for stable, high-paying manufacturing careers.

Several groups are joining forces for a large job fair Thursday in Sharonville with more than 70 employers offering what sponsors calls “ready to hire jobs.”

The Southwest Ohio Regional Job Fair is happening at the Scarlet Oak Campus of Great Oaks at 3254 East Kemper Road between 9 a.m. and 2 p.m.

Workforce One of Butler, Warren and Clermont Counties, the Ohio Department of Job and Family Services, and the SuperJobs Center are working with Great Oaks Career Campuses to sponsor the event.

The Changing Perception of Tattoos

Jul 10, 2013
Holly Yurchison/WVXU

There was a time when someone with a tattoo was seen as a biker, criminal or a member of the military. But tattoos have become mainstream, with one survey estimating that 23% of Americans have a tattoo. And that percentage increases for those under the age of 30.

Finding a job is more difficult now than ever before. The rules for job hunting keep changing and the competition is more intense. Career expert Andrea Kay has a new book out to help with the process. This Is How to Get Your Next Job: An Inside Look at What Employers Really Want provides practical advice on how to land that job, and she’s with Mark Perzel to talk about this book.

Festo, a German-based manufacturing company, is moving its production, assembly and distribution facility from Long Island, New York to Mason. The new 175,000 sq. ft. building will open in 2015 along the growing  I-71 technology corridor on a 45-acre site. Earlier this year  WVXU reported Mason has created  nearly $110 million in new investment and created 1,400 new jobs since 2011.

 Mason was chosen because of location

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