COLUMBUS, Ohio — Ohio Gov. Mike DeWine released a list of the top jobs in the state on Monday.
The list combines in-demand jobs and newly-created critical jobs.
“Ohio’s Top Jobs are critical to the long-term health and well-being of our state, our communities, and our families. These are also positions that are available now. We’re looking for Ohioans who want to serve their communities as early childhood educators, first responders, and health care providers,” said DeWine.
“Ohio is full of opportunity for anyone looking to expand their skills and break into a new career,” said Lt. Governor Jon Husted, who serves as Director of the Governor’s Office of Workforce Transformation. “Ohio’s Top Jobs List is a resource to help young people and those exploring their career options sort through growing industries that need to fill new, open positions as well as critical occupations.”
Critical jobs are identified through the help of experts and stakeholders in eight career clusters.
The eight career clusters include:
- Children & Community Health.
- Early Childhood Education.
- First Responders.
- Lead Abatement.
- Mental & Behavioral Health.
- Wellness Research & Technology.
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