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Job Station strives to ensure every employable resident who seeks help receives the services and direction needed for employment. To reach this goal, Job Station partners with businesses, government and community members to build strong relationships and foster an environment for economic growth. If you are an employer in Calhoun County, Alabama or the surrounding region, we want to work with you.
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Job Station's mission is two-fold, (1) to develop a comprehensive multi-agency economic development plan for the entire Calhoun County area labor-shed to enable economic development organizations to expand their resources and tools to grow new jobs and (2) to place each individual worker in a new position.

The priority groups are: (1) workers leaving the chemical demilitarization facility, (2) workers affected by reductions in force at ANAD and other defense-related industries, and (3) other job seekers.
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More than 2,600 people in the Calhoun County region are registered with Job Station – reflecting a wide range of skills and experiences.
In May 2014, 27 positions will be eliminated at the Anniston Chemical Agent Disposal Facility due to the completion of chemical operations and facility demolition. As part of the Job Station mission, we strive to keep skilled workers in our region. The experience and education represented by these workers could complement your company's team. Learn more.
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