10 Years Later: No Gusher of Jobs

In the MidSeptember 2021 edition, 10 Years Later: No Gusher of Jobs. The second in a two-part series, Dan O'Brien reports oil and gas suppliers come and go as drillers move on and construction jobs stay. Also, we look at the role WRTA plays in the regional Brain Gain, ironworkers reach new heights and apprenticeships are key to construction workforce.

MidSeptember 2021 Issue

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Downstream, It’s Construction Jobs in Oil and Gas

Utica Shale

10 Years Later: No Gusher of Jobs

Public Transportation Is Vital to Business

Mahoning Valley Banquet Bookings Improve, Reflect Uncertainty

Carpenters Teach Tools of the Trade

‘Soft Landing’ Seen for Residential Market

Sweeney Celebrates Century of Auto Sales in Mahoning Valley

Teaching Much More Than X’s and O’s

Climb Aboard WRTA’s Most Popular Route

Apprenticeships Key to Construction Workforce

Playhouse Goes Big with ‘Color Purple’ at Powers

Commentary: On Age

Partnership Develops Student Entrepreneurs in Brookfield

Paige & Byrnes Commits to Next 100 Years

WorkAdvance Program Aids General Extrusions

Life with Tourette’s Leads to Advocacy

New Mahoning Valley Banquet Halls See Bright Future

Real Estate Agents Expect Strong Luxury Sales Into 2022

Wayne Savings Opens in Washingtonville

Help Network of Northeast Ohio Marks 50 Years

Fairbanks Morse Defense Buys Hunt Valve

Ben Franklin’s Is Well Worth the Visit

Ironworkers Reach for New Heights

MVHS Acquires a Piece of Youngstown’s Automaking Past

Private Trade Schools Hustle to Meet Demand

Does Creativity Still Matter in Marketing?

Commentary: Leave the Light On