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In tough economy, BTC offers new start
Times photo: Anthony Wahl Jon Ischi, 38, of Albany, needed a new start after the General Motors plant in Janesville closed. He found it with the help of Monroes Blackhawk Technical College. Workers at every level are changing careers, due in large part to economic forces.
MONROE - Starting a new career is never easy, but in these economic times, it has become a necessary and often difficult life change for many.While the tide of career-switching is driven largely by the unemployment rate, it's also part of an overall trend in the workforce, as employees seek to keep themselves competitive in a changing, increasingly global workforce.