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The automobile industry has been a consistent bright spot in the American economy over the last several months, as automakers have added jobs to meet growing demand. And news from the industry is only getting better, as new estimates expect automakers to sell 14.3 million cars in the United States in 2012 — 1.5 million more than they sold last year. This link provides more information.

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The Workforce Development Board (WDB) of Western Missouri, Inc. is a nonprofit organization created by community and local government leaders to serve job seekers, employers and other economic interests within the 13-county region of Bates, Benton, Carroll, Cedar, Chariton, Henry, Hickory, Johnson, Lafayette, Pettis, Saline, St. Clair and Vernon Counties.

Our Mission

We are commissioned to provide services that match job seekers with employment opportunities as well as assist employers with finding qualified employees. For over a decade and a half, the Workforce Development Board of Western Missouri, Inc. has lead in the design, promotion, and oversight of innovative training, educational, and employment solutions for today and tomorrow's workforce. As a result, we have gained the experience, expertise, and pro-active approaches that are necessary to resolve the workforce challenges of the region.

Whether you are a job seeker looking for employment or an employer looking for qualified candidates, we encourage you to browse our site for helpful tools and information.

To learn more, contact us at 660.827.3722. Click here to locate a Missouri Career Center.

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