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COLUMBUS, Ind. — Companies that face a growing gap between business needs and employee skills made up some ground this week in efforts to develop qualified candidates, particularly in mechanical engineering.
Representatives of Cummins Inc., Faurecia and Honda made such comments during Thursday's Community Ed Fest, where they connected with people interested in developing mechanical engineering skills to land well-paying jobs.
IUPUC, Purdue College of Technology and Ivy Tech Community College - Columbus/Franklin hosted the education and career festival for the second straight year to strengthen the link between what employers want and what prospective students need in terms of education.
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