Category: Community Development

U.S. News & World Report has ranked Utah the number one state in the country for the second year running, according to their 2024 Best States rankings. This achievement highlights Utah’s ability to provide a well-rounded life for its residents across several coveted categories including economic opportunity, healthcare, and education. Beyond its notable ranking, Utah […]

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Nearly two years ago Layton City was designated as a Healthy Utah Community by Get Healthy Utah. This was a significant achievement for the community because Layton leaders and staff implemented and planned several strategies within the community to promote health. Some of these included: having a productive relationship with the local health department, access […]

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The upcoming Virtual Job Fair by the Utah Department of Workforce Services promises wider reach and efficiency for job-seekers. Scheduled for Thursday, May 2, 2024 from 10:00 am to 1:00 pm, participants can seamlessly connect with a global audience of potential employers. Virtual fairs offer myriad benefits, and also eliminate geographical limitations. You can network […]

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Did you know the Utah Department of Workforce Services holds weekly Virtual Workshops, tailored just for job seekers? Every Tuesday at 1:00 p.m., job hunters can visit jobs.utah.gov to find the position they love. These workshops promise to help participants learn job search success strategies, including professional branding, accessing job search tools and resources, effectively […]

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YouScience Brightpath is a platform designed to help students discover their strengths and interests, and then connect them to educational and career paths that are a good fit.  It’s aimed at middle and high school students. YouScience also helps local employers access a pool of students with relevant skills, aiding informed hiring decisions. Here are […]

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Help improve your city! The Utah Wellbeing Project is asking Layton residents for their input. What’s the goal?  We want to understand how people in Layton are doing and how wellbeing differs across Utah communities.  This will help city leaders make informed decisions. Who can participate? Adults (18+) who live in Layton, full-time or part-time. […]

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