As contractors, government and military personnel alike wind down from the hype of the Guam Industry Forum earlier this month, not only are collaboration and partnership discussions for future projects under way, but a much-needed focus on the education of Guam workers is beginning to rear its head.
The H-2B crisis of 0% approval rates in the region for the past year is no secret. Although the community has come together to discourse and fight for a handful of solutions, the resounding message that has come forth — no . . .
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