LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (KTHV) - Lots of Americans will look to re-invent themselves in 2015. Some will get back in shape, others will turn over a new leaf in their finances and some will begin a new career. Some instructors at Pulaski Technical College say from welding, to diesel technology, to the aerospace industry employers are starving for qualified workers.
"I've got a degree and I feel more comfortable knowing that I'll have this license, as far as job security goes, than I do with the degree," said Pulaski Tech student Joey Maggio.
Loretta Moore is close to graduating from the Pulaski Tech Aerospace Technology Program and after 20 months of training she stands to make a good living when she's finished.