By Jake Kincaid | Casa Grande Dispatch
Pinal County is not going to suffer from a lack of employment opportunities in the future. The problem is that residents are not currently prepared to fill the needs of the future workforce.
That was the message of the Pinal County Town Hall, an assembly that began in 1988 with the aim of fostering education, networking and collaboration on key issues facing the community. This year, leaders in local government, business and education met and presented their take on how to develop Pinal County’s workforce for tomorrow’s opportunities.