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Lynn Hulsey

Lynn Hulsey is an investigative and political reporter who has worked at the Dayton Daily News since 1995.She has written about chemical dangers, secrecy at publicly-funded development groups, flawed public pension systems, abuse of government contract set-aside programs and fraudulent social service providers.She has won awards from the Associated Press, the Society of Professional Journalists, the Ohio Newspaper Women’s Association, the Best of Cox Award and the Education Writers Association’s National Awards for Education Reporting.A native of the Dayton area, Hulsey graduated from the University of Dayton and lives in Montgomery County.

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Expert offers 7 great tips for finding a job
 Jason Eckert spends his days helping people find work. Eckert is director of the University of Dayton Career Services Office, which provides free services to students and alumni. Here are 7 of his best tips for getting a job. 1. Your resume and cover letter should contain key words, which you will find in the job description. Both your letter...

Posted: 23 days ago

Jason Eckert spends his days helping people find work. Eckert is director of the University of Dayton Career Services Office, which provides free services to students and alumni. Here are 7 of his best tips for getting a job. 1. Your resume and cover letter should contain key words, which you will find in the job description. Both your letter...
WATCH: Extreme BattleBots teach Miami Valley students STEM skills
 Who says learning about technology can’t be fun? Students participated in the Extreme BattleBots competition in May at Staub Manufacturing Solutions in Dayton and got firsthand experience having fun with science. Students from several area schools built robots and then set them upon each other. The goal of the Extreme BattleBots competition...

Posted: 24 days ago

Who says learning about technology can’t be fun? Students participated in the Extreme BattleBots competition in May at Staub Manufacturing Solutions in Dayton and got firsthand experience having fun with science. Students from several area schools built robots and then set them upon each other. The goal of the Extreme BattleBots competition...
How to accelerate the economy? Here’s what the Ohio Chamber of Commerce says
 The Ohio Chamber of Commerce Research Foundation released a new report called Ohio BOLD: A Blueprint for Accelerating the Innovation Economy Here are five of its key points: 1. Ohio needs to do more to keep up with technological advancements. 2. Innovation opportunities should be explored in four areas: NextGen manufacturing, future health...

Posted: 24 days ago

The Ohio Chamber of Commerce Research Foundation released a new report called Ohio BOLD: A Blueprint for Accelerating the Innovation Economy Here are five of its key points: 1. Ohio needs to do more to keep up with technological advancements. 2. Innovation opportunities should be explored in four areas: NextGen manufacturing, future health...
Need a job or workforce training? These 7 resources will help
 Here are seven places you can go on the web to find jobs or job training in the Miami Valley and beyond:  1. The Montgomery County Job Center — TheJobCenter.org 2. State of Ohio — OhioMeansJobs.com 3. The State of Ohio government web site — Ohio.gov (Click on the Jobs tab.) 4. The Ohio Department...

Posted: 25 days ago

Here are seven places you can go on the web to find jobs or job training in the Miami Valley and beyond:  1. The Montgomery County Job Center — TheJobCenter.org 2. State of Ohio — OhioMeansJobs.com 3. The State of Ohio government web site — Ohio.gov (Click on the Jobs tab.) 4. The Ohio Department...
These jobs are expected to see the highest demand in Ohio through 2024
 These jobs are expected to have the most annual growth through 2024 in Ohio. The state has designated more than 200 occupations to be “in-demand” because they offer a “family-sustaining wage” and a promising future. Some jobs have high projected growth, but because of low wages, they are not considered “in-demand&rdquo...

Posted: 25 days ago

These jobs are expected to have the most annual growth through 2024 in Ohio. The state has designated more than 200 occupations to be “in-demand” because they offer a “family-sustaining wage” and a promising future. Some jobs have high projected growth, but because of low wages, they are not considered “in-demand&rdquo...
Training programs seek to bridge skills gap in Dayton region
 Finding workers for the jobs of today and tomorrow means attacking the skills gap along a wide front. That means training 17-year-olds like Jaeden Crowe, who is working as an apprentice for Shook Construction, while he takes construction trade classes in Kettering Fairmont High School’s Career Technology program. It means retraining...

Posted: 28 days ago

Finding workers for the jobs of today and tomorrow means attacking the skills gap along a wide front. That means training 17-year-olds like Jaeden Crowe, who is working as an apprentice for Shook Construction, while he takes construction trade classes in Kettering Fairmont High School’s Career Technology program. It means retraining...
What to do to land your dream job
 So how do you apply for a job in today’s world? Lesson number one: Don’t show up at the crack of dawn at the job site with your freshly typed resume in hand. “Applying is really an online process now,” said Jason Eckert, director of the University of Dayton Career Services Office. “The odds of human contact are...

Posted: 28 days ago

So how do you apply for a job in today’s world? Lesson number one: Don’t show up at the crack of dawn at the job site with your freshly typed resume in hand. “Applying is really an online process now,” said Jason Eckert, director of the University of Dayton Career Services Office. “The odds of human contact are...
Economic forum: Water, universities among Dayton’s key strengths
 The Dayton region can improve its economic vibrancy by improving cooperation across jurisdictions and capitalizing on its strengths, such as its large supply of clean groundwater and multiple universities and colleges, according to people who attended a Sunday town hall on the economy held at the main Dayton Metro Library. The region will...

Posted: 28 days ago

The Dayton region can improve its economic vibrancy by improving cooperation across jurisdictions and capitalizing on its strengths, such as its large supply of clean groundwater and multiple universities and colleges, according to people who attended a Sunday town hall on the economy held at the main Dayton Metro Library. The region will...
Jobs expert: ‘This is going to be an epidemic’
 As advances in technology require a higher level of skill among workers, there is growing concern that this region is at a critical crossroads in its ability to compete for jobs. “More people are starting to realize now that this is going to be an epidemic,” said Nick Weldy, superintendent and chief executive of the Miami Valley...

Posted: 29 days ago

As advances in technology require a higher level of skill among workers, there is growing concern that this region is at a critical crossroads in its ability to compete for jobs. “More people are starting to realize now that this is going to be an epidemic,” said Nick Weldy, superintendent and chief executive of the Miami Valley...