Health care services
Health care services in Minnesota are world renowned. Minnesota ranks second in the nation for high-quality and low-cost hospital and health care. Minnesota’s hospitals employ more than 115,000 people and five of the 10 largest employers in the state are in health care. Further, Minnesota continues to be a leading venue for the medical device industry.
Given health care’s importance to our state, the Minnesota Dual-Training Pipeline works with the industry to determine workforce needs and create tools to address those needs as seen in the competency models for in-demand occupations that are well-suited to dual-training opportunities.
Validated occupational competency summaries
View a map of employers using the Minnesota Dual-Training Pipeline.
Industry Forum presentations and notes
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Contact us at PIPELINE.Program@state.mn.us.