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Duluth Workforce Center helps put people back to work

DULUTH, MN -- With a critical source of funding for those out of work coming to an end soon, there is a resource available that's connecting employers to those who are unemployed.

July 25 marks the last day for the state of Minnesota issued $600 in unemployment insurance.

Tammy Clore was unemployed before COVID-19 hit.

However, with help from the Duluth Workforce Development Center, she's a business owner.

She runs Reimagined by T. Underwood in Downtown Duluth.

Clore says the support from the workforce development helped her get to where she is today and encourages others to look into it as well.

"Anybody that finds themself in this situation right now, that would be the first place I would go. Now I mean is kinda the time to you know your opportunity to reinvent yourself, so I would take any of those resources and utilize them," Clore said.

You can learn more about the program here.

Kaitlyn Moffett

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