Journal Staff

Although the economic promise of the military buildup has dominated the direction of Guam’s labor market the past few years, Roy Gamboa, business services representative for the Guam Department of Labor, said it’s also important to be prepared for what comes after.

“It is difficult [to predict future job markets] but we also have to anticipate a lot of these jobs,” Gamboa said.

One solution being pursued by the Department of Labor, according to Gamboa, is to train people for jobs that will find use during the buildup but will also . . .

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