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Rhode Island Trade Schools - Degrees, Programs and Certificates

Nearly 12% of job openings projected by the Rhode Island Department of Labor for the decade between 2004 and 2014 are expected to be those requiring trade school or technical college training. The birthplace of the American industrial revolution, Rhode Island boasts a buoyant manufacturing industry. Graduates of jeweler trade schools and welding and machinist technical colleges can find work in the state's thriving jewelry, machinery and fabricated metal production. The health and tourist industries provide many other opportunities for those with college and trade school qualifications. If you're planning on school, you can bet on Rhode Island to reward the effort at the other end of your college training.

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State of Rhode Island

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