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Chief Local Elected Officials. Elected officials from the City of Tacoma and Pierce County work together to craft targeted solutions to workforce challenges in our region. This governing board works in conjunction with the WDC by appointing members, approving budgets and adopting policies to guide its work.
Pierce County Workforce Development Council. The WDC strengthens the Pierce County economy by identifying skill gaps between jobseekers and employment opportunities, fostering data-driven decision making, and connecting workforce development partners into a cohesive, collaborative and effective network.
Its members represent the many facets of our local economy: business, government, education, labor, community-based organizations and nonprofits.
The Workforce Development Council certifies organizations to affiliate with the WorkSource Pierce brand.
When a job seeker, worker or business walks into a job center looking for help, they deserve excellent service. The WorkSource brand serves as a stamp of excellence they can easily recognize to offer a high-quality experience. Certification is the process by which organizations demonstrate their ability to meet the complex demands of today’s job seekers.
Learn more about WorkSource Pierce on worksource-pierce.org
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Reports & Data
As leaders in the Pierce County workforce development system, we monitor economic and workforce trends providing current data and statistics the community can rely on.
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