Graduate and undergraduate students enrolled in the Mechanical Engineering program at Virginia Tech recently visited the Institute for Advanced Learning and Research as part of an ongoing collaboration.
Virginia’s unemployment rate rose slightly in September as the state’s labor force swelled and both the number of people working and seeking work increased.
In the Triad, lower-paying jobs have replaced the many high-wage manufacturing jobs that were lost with the demise of the textile industry. Still, the region has seen an overall gain since the recession.
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