The Utah economy is seeing substantial growth as high tech businesses relocate and set-up shop in our favorable environment. As they continue their influx into our state a strong Professional Education is going to be a key factor when it comes to finding a job with these organizations.
As published in The Economist on August 30th:
Indeed, Utah and its cities regularly top national rankings of business-friendliness. Officials gush about low taxes, wages and energy costs, light regulations, and enterprising spirits. All this, along with some generous tax sweeteners, has seduced the likes of Boeing, Procter & Gamble and eBay into the state. “We really value capitalism,” says Spencer Eccles, head of the governor’s economic development office.
University of Utah’s Continuing Education as provided by the Professional Education department has done their part to play a roll in this growth by offering superb classes that prepare individuals for future growth.
As Christopher Hootman, Director of Professional Education said, “ProEd aims to keep the bees in Utah buzzing by inspiring professional excellence in individuals and improving organizational capacity across the great state of Utah” As the economic downturn was unfolding Professional Eduation at the U was able to enroll students into their programs after they had been laid off. Many of them even received financial support from the Department of Workforce services so that they could further their education.
Professional Education is here to help everyone gain more education and see even greater success in their future endeavors. You can enroll for their classes by visiting their website at http://continue.utah.edu/proed/.