Union County is officially a work ready county, showing present and future employers that they have residents that are ready and skilled to work.
Representative Mike Forrester, a member of the S.C. Workforce Development Board presented Union County Supervisor Frank Hart with that plaque on Monday.
This certificate gives communities the tools to drive economic growth through community-based workforce development.
All counties in South Carolina are now certified work ready.
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