The Thomas Jefferson Planning District Commission has just finished a year-long study of working habits, commtes and job training, with the surprising finding that 80% of Central Virginia workers have access to computers. Given how rural that most of our area is, this is a surprisingly large figure. There is, of course, lots more information in the study, which is ostensibly available on the TJPDC’s website, but I can’t find it. Austin Graham has the story in today’s Progress.
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Hmm… “Have access to…” I wonder what that means, exactly.
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