BY MEGHAN HICKEY
Construction and contracting companies in the region are taking matters into their own hands to pioneer education opportunities for local workers.
Bill No. 250-34, approved by the Guam Legislature on May 1, increased the annual cost of a non-immigrant temporary worker by almost 100% — from $1,091 to $2,091. The approval sparked an outpouring of announcements for local education programs in the region as companies look to weigh the costs of hiring temporary workers versus investing in the local workforce for long-term needs. Although many of the . . .
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