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New England News
12:30 pm
Wed October 3, 2012

Casino Industry Workforce Development Cost Put At $9 Million

Massachusetts Gaming Commissioners Bruce Stebbins (on left) and James McHugh hold an informal meeting to discuss workforce development for the casino industry

A report to the Massachusetts Gaming Commission estimates the state will need to establish a labor pool of 30,000 candidates to fill approximately 10,000 jobs in the new casino industry. Commissioners  will need to establish a plan for workforce development to go along with a master schedule that projects the awarding of casino licenses in the winter of 2014.   WAMC’s  Pioneer Valley Bureau Chief Paul Tuthill reports

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