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Hungry for workers, factories are touting their jobs as careers

According to MAGNET, a nonprofit organization that works to grow Northeast Ohio’s manufacturing economy, there are some 8,000 open manufacturing jobs in Northeast Ohio. Many of them are entry-level positions, but companies are having a hard time filling the, and COVID-19 is making it worse.

Minority-owned businesses struggle to get help during Covid-19, but local resources are helping to fill the gap

Waverly Willis recently took out a tape measure at his home. The black entrepreneur, who owns two Urban Kutz barbershop locations in Cudell and Old Brooklyn, wasn’t trying to measure his mangy hair or beard which he let grow during the Covid-19 shutdown; rather, he was trying to size up the stack of unpaid bills on his desk.

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