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Dakota-Scott Workforce Investment Board Legislative & Employer Awards Friday, December 14, 2012. What Drives Job Growth and Economic Vitality in Minnesota? ‘A State of Innovation’ presentation by Kathy Tunheim Senior Advisor to Governor Mark Dayton, Job Creation Principal + CEO | Tunheim

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Dakota scott workforce investment board legislative employer awards friday december 14 2012

Dakota-Scott Workforce Investment BoardLegislative & Employer AwardsFriday, December 14, 2012

What Drives Job Growth and

Economic Vitality in Minnesota?

‘A State of Innovation’

presentation by

Kathy Tunheim

Senior Advisor to Governor Mark Dayton, Job Creation

Principal + CEO | Tunheim

Worldwide President | IPREX


Dakota scott workforce investment board legislative employer awards friday december 14 2012

  • Governor Dayton’s 7 Priorities for Job Creation

  • 1. Invest in infrastructure, such as roads, bridges, border-to-border and high-speed Internet.

  • 2. Increase exports of state products, and entice foreign investment in Minnesota.

  • 3. Increase access to capital for new businesses and small businesses.

  • 4. Continue reform efforts, improving services and reducing cost.

  • 5. Continue to streamline government regulations.

  • 6. Align our education system to prepare Minnesotans for the jobs in demand.

  • 7. Close the educational achievement and employment gaps and maximize the potential for all Minnesotans regardless of race, class and place in Minnesota.

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The vision for minnesota s economic future

The Vision for Minnesota’s Economic future

  • Minnesota – “A State of Innovation”

    • Globally Competitive

    • Leader in Health & Wellness

    • A Center of Innovation

    • Attracting Out-of-State Investment

    • With the #1 Workforce in the Nation

    • High-Paying Jobs

    • High-Quality of Life

    • Diminishing Disparities


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