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Q2 Report Release, Job Fair Schedule & Tour of Services

El Paso, Texas – April 28, 2016: Workforce Solutions Borderplex (WSB), in conjunction with the U. S. Conference of Mayors (USCM) and Workforce Development Council (WDC), is participating in Workforce Development Week, a national awareness campaign from April 25-29, 2016.

As part of the national campaign, WSB is announcing information on three key items related to its regional ecosystem; Q2 Regional Report, Upcoming Job Fairs and the launch of the new Online Tour of Services Module.

  • Q2 Regional Report: The Q2 Report highlights key activities related to labor market information, performance and expenditures from January through March of 2016. To download the latest Q2 Regional Report released April 27, 2016, please visit:
  • Upcoming Job Fairs: The WSB Business Services Unit provides strategic partnerships with industry led businesses through the coordination of job fairs for job seekers. Employers interested in hiring qualified staff can contact the WSB Business Services Unit at (915) 887-2332 during regular business hours Monday through Friday. To view job fairs scheduled for the remainder of April and May go to:
  • Tour of Services: WSB has launched an online module for customers to understand the many services and programs workforce career centers offer. Tour of Services identifies members of the workforce center team that the jobseeker likely will encounter, and provides a road map to help jobseekers plan their initial visit to the center. In addition, sections of the Tour of Services are geared towards employers to market the services available to match employer openings with qualified candidates. Please visit the Tour of Services module here:

“Participating in the Workforce Development Week campaign will reinforce regional awareness of the many programs and strategies workforce development boards offer. Workforce Solutions Borderplex is an economic driver that, in the process of helping businesses grow, can affect the greater welfare of society,” said Joyce A. Wilson, CEO.