Grant helps Salem business expand, add jobs
“They have had success filling nine of the 17 positions, but there are 15 being advertised that are beyond what was required,” said Laurel Bistany, executive director of the Regional Economic Development Center.
“It is a difficult job and it requires a certain skill set,” said Bistany. “They do require one year of experience. They are a call center for businesses all over the country.”
Community Development Block Grants can also be used for economic development programs, public housing, and planning that benefits low- and moderate-income residents, Lane said.
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