As Pennsylvanians get ready for the holiday season, Governor Tom Wolf is making sure families have the job opportunities to provide for their families.
As the fall season kicks into gear, Governor Wolf continued to increase workforce development for dislocated workers, invest in small businesses, and expand broadband access to more than 9,000 currently unserved rural Pennsylvanians.
Last week, Governor Wolf highlighted the commonwealth’s significant progress and investments in education, called for the support of women’s reproductive health rights, and visited two central Pennsylvania companies.
This month, the commonwealth reached a major economic milestone as Governor Tom Wolf made the first deposit to the state’s reserves in nearly a decade, secured $30 million for his first-of-its-kind investment in workforce development, and raised the minimum wage for state employees.
Weekly Update: Shoring up the Rainy Day Fund, Overhauling Workforce Development, Investing in ClassroomsJuly 16, 2018
Last week, Governor Tom Wolf announced a $22 million deposit into the state’s Rainy Day fund, outlined his first-of-its-kind PAsmart initiative, and highlighted investments in pre-K and higher education.