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A New Campaign is Set in Place to Recruit Workers to ND

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State leaders invite people from all across the country to come to North Dakota.

The reason...

To fill 25,000 jobs which are currently available.

The North Dakota Economic Development Foundation and Hess Corporations team up to launch the "Find the Good Life" campaign.

This will target skilled workers across the country to make the move to North Dakota. 
Hess donated a 400-thousand dollar check to the campaign.

Those involved want to show workers that North Dakota is a great place to work and live.

"We want people who actually understand that an investment in North Dakota is an investment in their own futures," said Steve McNally, Hess Corporations general manager.

The campaign is pushing to eventually fill 76,000 jobs in all different industries-- which are projected to be open by 2020.

The web site will officially launch in May.

 

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