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  • Manatee Technical College instructor John Kenney talks about jobs available in the plumbing field

    There are lots of jobs available in the plumbing field and not a lot of qualified applicants. MTC is trying to enroll students in programs where there are lots of jobs available. Though the class can have as many as 20 students, only 6 are currently enrolled in that program. Instructor John Kenney talks about the field and opportunities.

Manatee Technical College instructor John Kenney talks about jobs available in the plumbing field

There are lots of jobs available in the plumbing field and not a lot of qualified applicants. MTC is trying to enroll students in programs where there are lots of jobs available. Though the class can have as many as 20 students, only 6 are currently enrolled in that program. Instructor John Kenney talks about the field and opportunities.
Tiffany Tompkins-Condie Bradenton Herald