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Posted: Tuesday, 15 July 2014 1:10PM

Lt. Gov. Calley Tours Maximum Mold, Talks Job Creation And Economic Growth

A tool and die shop in Benton Township played host Tuesday to a number of politicians and business leaders for a discussion on job creation and economic growth. Lt Governor Brian Calley led the talk after touring Maximum Mold Incorporated.



The discussion wavered between job creation, and training young adults and students. Here's state Representative Al Pscholka.



The Michigan business community is looking for the right mix of resources and education to help spur job creation. Calley says that perfect mixture changes in each corner of the state.



On the jobs front things are looking up. Since the end of 2010, more than 275,000 new private sector jobs have been added in Michigan, with 951 added in Berrien County.

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