Ducey unfazed by low-schooling jobs report

ducey educationBy Howard Fischer | Capitol Media Services/Arizona Daily Sun

Gov. Doug Ducey said he’s not concerned about a recent report that shows jobs in Arizona for those without even a high school education are growing faster than any other segment of the economy.

In fact, he said, that actually may be a good sign.

The figures from the Department of Administration predict that the number of people working in jobs where there are no formal educational requirements will grow by more than 6.6 percent in the next two years, followed by a nearly 5.8 percent growth in jobs where only a high school diploma is needed.

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