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$7,900 To Train For A New Job

Those looking for work can apply for money and re-training under the Economic Dislocation and Worker Adjustment Assistance Act. The program is administered by each state, and because of that, the program differs from state to state. Workers can receive classroom, occupational skills, entrepreneur training and/or on-the-job training to qualify for jobs in demand. Basic and remedial education, entrepreneurial training, and instruction in literacy or English-as-a-second-language may be provided. To contact the national office or to find your local one-stop career center in your area contact: Employment and Training Administration, U.S. Department of Labor, Room N-5426, 200 Constitution Ave., NW, Washington, DC 20210; 202-693-3580; 877-US2-JOBS; One-Stop Career Center Locator at

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According to the Washington Post…

  • Barbara Sheperd, a librarian in Michigan City, Ind., says an article in a
    Matthew Lesko newsletter led her to a state program that gave her elderly mother
    a low-interest loan to put a new roof on her house.
  • And then there’s the Zufall family, who are dairy farmers in Lisbon, N.Y. Two
    years ago, they bought three of Matthew Lesko’s books and a DVD called " Free
    Money for Everybody." From the DVD, they learned of a local government program
    that gave them $12,000 to help pay for a gravel walkway for their cows.
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