Higher Paying Jobs

Although unemployment rates are low at 3.4%, we must invest in vocational training to provide Ohioans with resources to help them acquire higher paying jobs that lead to a better work-life balance. Many people still work two or three jobs to make ends meet.

Nathan Jarosz will advocate for investments and promotion in technical & vocational training to provide the necessary skills for jobs such as computer science, truck driving, welding, construction, and other trade work. This will help provide Ohioans to receive both the training and the benefits of working in a high in-demand industry.