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Career changes

Thursday, January 14, 2010

Jim Jespen of Charleston works on a lesson during the full-time Business/ Office Technology program offered at Sikeston Career and Technology Center in Sikeston. Like most of his classmates, Jespen, who is a former truck driver and mechanic, is looking to change careers.
(Photo by Leonna Heuring, Staff)
More go online to learn new skills


SIKESTON -- When Annabelle Merideth was terminated from her longtime job as a result of the economic downturn, she decided to brush up on her skills through online courses.

The Sikeston woman, who had worked in payroll, enrolled first in a QuickBooks accounting software computer class offered through Sikeston Career and Technology Center.

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