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April JTIP funds to support 575 trainees

ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. — In April, New Mexico’s Job Training Incentive Program board approved $2.8 million to 15 companies to train a total of 575 employees in April, according to the state Economic Development Department.

Companies that received at least $100,000 include the following, according to a news release from EDD:

– Mass Market NM, which was awarded $883,640 to support 360 trainees in Las Cruces at an average wage of $14.01 per hour.

– Torc Robotics, which was awarded $642,239.28 to support 30 trainees in Albuquerque at an average wage of $40.

– Faneuil Inc., which was awarded $426,300 to support 125 trainees in Albuquerque at an average wage of $13.44.

– BennuBio Inc., which was awarded $201,452 to support 10 trainees and one intern in Albuquerque. The intern will make $17.50 an hour, and the average trainee will make $36, according to the release.

– General Airframe Support Inc., which was awarded $170,312.40 to support 16 trainees in Roswell at an average wage of $20.32.

– Solstar Space Co., which was awarded $101,922 to support two trainees at an average wage of $88.


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